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finding access points?


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saraveza408

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Is there any good freeware (keyword...freeware) that detects all wireless access points around me? ( besides the "view wireless networks" option that I get when I right click on my Wireless Network Connection icon in my system tray?)
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There are some really good ones on linux (Airsnort and Kismet).... but I dont know of any on windows. Maybee other users will though.
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Netstumbler? Don't know if it's free though. http://www.netstumbler.com/
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