What is NetStumbler tool?
The NetStumbler application is a Windows-based tool generally used to discover WLAN networks running on 802.11 a/b/g standards. It helps detect other networks that may cause interference to your network, and is generally used for war driving purposes by attackers.
Which of the following are supported by NetStumbler?
Netstumbler has integrated support for a GPS unit. With this support, Netstumbler displays GPS coordinate information next to the information about each discovered network, which can be useful for finding specific networks again after having sorted out collected data.
What is wireless security tools?
WLAN Security Audit Wireshark). Wireless discovery tools (ex. NetStumbler, Kismet, Win Sniffer, WiFiFoFum, etc.). Encryption/Authentication breaking (testing) tools (aircrack-ng, custom scripts, all kinds of cryptoanalysis tools).
How do I access wireless properties?
Find the Wireless Security Information (e.g., SSID, Network key, etc.) for Windows
- Click the [Start] button – [Windows System].
- Click [Control Panel].
- Click [View network status and tasks] under [Network and Internet].
- Click [Change adapter settings].
- Double-click [Wi-Fi].
- Click [Wireless Properties].
What are the five techniques used for wireless security?
5 Solutions to Wireless Security Threats
- Intrusion Detection.
- Content Filtering.
- Data Encryption.
What is the most common type of wireless access control?
The most common type is Wi-Fi security, which includes Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). WEP is an old IEEE 802.11 standard from 1997.
How does NetStumbler work with Wardrivers?
Both NetStumbler and MiniStumbler will talk to many GPS receivers via a serial link, and record the location of a wireless network based on the data from the GPS. The second optional device that most WarDrivers have is an external antenna for their vehicle. These come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and power gain levels.
How does NetStumbler listen for beacons?
NetStumbler does not passively listen for, or receive, beacons. At the default rate of approximately once per second, NetStumbler sends out a Probe Request frame, and then listens for any responding Probe Response data frames from access points or ad-hoc networks that are in range. In simple terms, the request is an electronic “Hello!
What is the difference between NetStumbler and mini Stumbler?
Both NetStumbler and MiniStumbler are active wireless network detection applications (see the sidebar “‘Active’ versus ‘Passive’ WLAN Detection” for more details). NetStumbler does not passively listen for, or receive, beacons.
Does NetStumbler work with new cards and chipsets?
Fortunately, NetStumbler and MiniStumbler 0.4.0 do work with the new cards, so WarDrivers can now use either the new cards or the “Classics.” New cards and chipsets are coming out all the time, and users naturally want to know if they will work with NetStumbler.