finding those pesky wireless networks

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  1. Quikster

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    Recently netstumbler released a new version of their software that supports more cards. This works great for finding all those wireless networks for you, and if you have a gps card you can even record the coordinates of where you found it.
    http://www.netstumbler.com

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    I'm still a little confused as to what this thing does..

    Does it search for wireless connections or something?

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    It scans for wireless networks and records the information about it. SSID, wether or not its using wep and so on.

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    well then, that seems quite handy.

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