Linux WiFish Finder

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    WiFish Finder is a tool for assessing whether WiFi devices active in the air are vulnerable to 'Wi-Fishing' attacks. Assessment is performed through a combination of passive traffic sniffing and active probing techniques.

    WiFish Finder is a tool for assessing whether WiFi devices active in the air are vulnerable to 'Wi-Fishing' attacks. Assessment is performed through a combination of passive traffic sniffing and active probing techniques. Most WiFi clients keep a memory of networks (SSIDs) they have connected to in the past. Wi-Fish Finder first builds a list of probed networks and then using a set of clever techniques also determines security setting of each probed network. A client is a fishing target if it is actively seeking to connect to an OPEN or a WEP network. Clients only willing to connect to WPA or WPA2 networks are not completely safe either!

    Download and More Information at SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/wifishfinder/
     
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