Release Notes: This release adds a new design, AppleScript (including recording), PrismGT, and new Atheros support. It has reworked WEP cracking and a new save file format.
Release Notes: This version adds netstumbler import, native GPSd support, and a partial French translation. It also speeds up the wordlist attacks. The airport driver should now be released cleanly on 10.3.2 or above. Many bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This version has a new core engine, which is much faster. It also adds support for active stumbling with Apple Airport cards.
Release Notes: This version introduced capture filters and an average signal counter. GPSd is now supported and some major bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version fixes a major security leak which could lead to a local root compromise if the SUID option is used.
Release Notes: This release is a hotfix. On systems with Jaguar and the Wireless driver, KisMAC 0.05d1 caused a crash on system startup. To fix the problem start your system holding the SHIFT key and install KisMAC 0.05d2. KisMAC includes now a crash reporter. Problems when you move KisMAC to a folder with spaces should be fixed.
Release Notes: This version fixes some major bugfixes on some 10.2 systems. It also includes wordlist attacks and the ability to disable the password question. Netstumbler export has been improved.
Release Notes: This version includes the ability to decrypt ethercap files, and has a few additions to make KisMAC more user-friendly. The download also includes all changes of the development releases.
Release Notes: This version is basically a big bugfix, with some extensions in the area of mapping.
Release Notes: This version adds experimental support for Cisco Aironet PCMCIA cards.