Release Notes: The User guide was included in the docs diretory. The packet capture length was raised from 400 to 65535 to avoid truncating packets. A patch was applied for better detection of Prism 2-based PCI and USB cards. The Choose Card window was fixed, and the text in the IBSS/ESS window is now correct.
Release Notes: A completely new Interface and look and feel were added. All the statistic windows are removed. The scannerwindow is now the mainwindow and controlpoint. Autodetection of the cardtype and other configuration setting eliminates the need for user configuration. The usability of the interface has been raised with the new tree and clist split layout. save- and dumpfile generation was automated. Scanning is faster, and a lot of bugs and leaks were fixed.
Release Notes: Wellenreiter II is based on Qt and this first public alpha is only available in binary for Linux-based PDAs like the Sharp Zaurus and the Compaq iPaq. Current features include detecting and visualizing infrastructure and ad-hoc networks, displaying SSIDs, MAC addresses of stations, APs and cells, beacon counters, first/last seen, loading and saving of sessions.
Release Notes: This version adds a complete new packet decoding engine. DHCP and ARP data frame decoding functions were added. The nightcolors are now fixed. XmitPower : 1 was added to the startsniff command. The noise packets were removed by adding a double check function into the beacon detection. A cleanup routine was added to the close function of the statistic window.
Release Notes: This version has a lot of code cleaning, and adds update instructions. It should now be able to run on newer Lucent firmware levels. There was some speedup the load process, a quick hack of a network and accesspoint counter in the statusbar, constant logging functionality, the logwindow button was removed, and you can now open the log from the menu "View" inside of the scanner window. A night color feature, a map point export routine, bugfixes for the GPS lockup, and bugfixes for a slow machine lockup problem were implemented.
Release Notes: An essid bruteforcer has been added, which tests all the default essids against the wireless network. This is meant for use on low traffic networks or nightly tests. The src directory was removed from the package, but the source is still available from CVS. The sniffing childprocess now terminates correctly. The code was cleaned up and speeded up. Minor bugfixes were made. Accoustic events are now non-blocking. The channel counting was fixed. A menu-entry was added to toggle the GPS feature on or off.
Release Notes: This reIease fixes a bug which was introduced during BSD code integration that prevented the discovery of ad-hoc networks. The new Cisco drivers that use the WiFi device now work, and the BSD scanner now works very well with Cisco cards.
Release Notes: BSD now has a scanner window, and it can export in Netstumbler, CSV, and gpsdrive waypoint formats. The acoustic beacon indicator can now be toggled, it is possible to decide which channel to scan, and the upper end of channels can be limited to prevent problems with Lucent cards. Fixed the collapsed state of the tree after a reset/load, and an error with assertion. Simplified the create dumpfile process. Auto-save and recover was added, along with a new config directory and updated documentation.
Release Notes: GPS support has been added. It is possible to enable/disable the accoustic beacon indicator. This release uncovers non-broadcasting networks by just waiting until a probe response passes the network (someone joins the network). A new accoustic event has been added for uncovering an essid. There is massive code cleanup and speed improvements.
Release Notes: Cisco/Aironet , Lucent/Hermes, and Prism2 cards are now supported. Cisco cards automatically generate a random MAC for joining a network, so this release will not join networks with your real MAC anymore. A large amount of documentation (READMEs and FAQs) has been added. Automatically associating a discovered network from within the scanner window is possible now. This release has dynamic windowsizing, screen dimension autodetection, and a simplified installation process. iPAQ-specific code for screen detection has been removed, and there are cleanups in the iPAQ code.