So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
Probe Request: Probe request capture the clients trying to connect to AP, Probe requests can be sent by anyone with a legitimate Media Access Control (MAC) address, as association to the network is not required at this stage.
You can specify the '~' prefix character (e.g: "~MAC Address") if you want to sort in descending order.
WAIDPS is an open source wireless swissknife written in Python and work on Linux environment.
This is a multipurpose tools designed for audit (penetration testing) networks, detect wireless intrusion (WEP/WPA/WPS attacks) and also intrusion prevention (stopping station from associating to access point).
Apart from these, it will harvest all Wi Fi information in the surrounding and store in databases.
This will be useful when it comes to auditing a network if the access point is ‘MAC filtered’ or ‘hidden SSID’ and there isn’t any existing client at that moment.
After the detection, the tool uses data mining to confirm if the vulnerabilities are real or false positives.
At the end, the real vulnerabilities are corrected with the insertion of the fixes (small pieces of code) in the source code.
After scanning your network in the first time, it's very easily to turn on the computers you need.
Simply run Wake Me On Lan, select the desired computers, and then choose the 'Wake Up Selected Computer' option (F8).
Examples: Wake Me On /shtml "c:\temp\Wake Me On Lan.html" /sort 2 /sort ~1 Wake Me On /shtml "c:\temp\Wake Me On Lan.html" /sort "Workgroup" /sort "Computer Name" WAP is a source code static analysis and data mining tool to detect and correct input validation vulnerabilities in web applications written in PHP (version 4.0 or higher) with a low rate of false positives. More precisely, it does taint analysis (data-flow analysis) to detect the input validation vulnerabilities.