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WifiZoo v1.3 Released - Passive Info Gathering for Wifi Print E-mail
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Source: Darknet.org - Posted by Eckie Silapaswang   
Wireless Security WifiZoo is a tool to gather wifi information passively. It is created to be helpful in wifi pentesting and was inspired by ‘Ferret‘ from Errata Security. The tool is intended to get all possible info from open wifi networks (and possibly encrypted also in the future, at least with WEP) without joining any network, and covering all wifi channels.

A quick war-drive around my neck of the woods still reveals plenty of open wifi networks (and for some reason a lot of them like to name their networks 'linksys'). Read on to see how WifiZoo can help you gain more information in your wonderful wild world of wireless!

Read this full article at Darknet.org

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wifizoo gui front end customisationWritten by Keith on 2008-07-01 23:32:00
Wifizoo is a great tool!!! 
And just in case your interest. I’ve further extended Wifizoo by redesigning the gui front end. Can download at my site if you like. 
 
http://www.killthepage.com/ 

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