Access Point SNMP Utils for Linux
Access Point SNMP Utils for Linux is a set of utilities to configure and monitor Atmel-based wireless access points (the case for most Intersil clone vendors) under Linux.
Air Marshal authentication gateway
aircrack-ng is a set of tools for auditing wireless networks. aircrack-ng is an enhanced/reborn version of aircrack. It consists of airodump (an 802.11 packet capture program), aireplay (an 802.11 packet injection program), aircrack (static WEP and WPA-PSK cracking), airdecap (decrypts WEP/WPA capture files), and some tools to handle capture files (merge, convert, etc.).
AirFart is a wireless tool created to detect wireless devices, calculate their signal strengths, and present them to the user in an easy-to-understand fashion. It is written in C/C++ with a GTK front end. Airfart supports all wireless network cards supported by the linux-wlan-ng Prism2 driver that provide hardware signal strength information in the "raw signal" format (ssi_type 3).
Airctl is a command-line utility to trigger connection and disconnection events on, and to print the status of an Apple AirPort Base Station.
anyRemote provides remote control service on Linux through Bluetooth, infrared, Wi-Fi, or any TCP/IP connection. It supports a wide range of modern cellphones. It provides a thin communication layer and could be configured to manage almost any software.
Charon provides a simple and safe way to resell an Internet connection. Users are optionally charged in real-time by volume of data transferred. On-the-spot web-based registration with mikolaj.cx and an initial credit card deposit through PayPal is supported.
ChilliSpot is an open source captive portal or wireless LAN access point controller. It is used for authenticating users of a wireless LAN. It supports web based login which is today's standard for public HotSpots. Authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) is handled by your favorite radius server.
D-link DI-624 Wireless Router Syslog Utility
D-link DI-624 Wireless Router Syslog Utility operates with the D-Link DI-624 (and DI-614+) wireless router to allow the logs to be pulled off of the router, and put into a local unix syslog facility.
d3vscan is a network manager that is able to uniquely identify and graphically plot network and bluetooth devices to provide a higher degree of understanding of a particular network. It is also simple enough to be used by an average end user.
Dwscan displays real-time wireless information in a manner similar to "top". It may help in improving your wireless setup.
eeetray is a small tool for the Asus/Xandros Linux distribution used on Eee PC. It displays a system tray icon that allows you to start or stop the wireless LAN, Bluetooth, webcam, internal cardreader, 3G modem, and ssh (if installed) individually. There are also options to shut down or reboot the system without any further confirmation.
FabFi is an open-source, FabLab-grown system using common building materials and off-the-shelf electronics to transmit wireless ethernet signals across distances of up to several miles.
Fake AP generates thousands of counterfeit 802.11b access points.
Frottle (Freenet throttle) is an open source GNU GPL project to control traffic on wireless networks. Such control eliminates the common hidden-node effect even on large scale wireless networks. Frottle is currently only available for Linux wireless gateways using iptables firewalls, with plans to develop a windows client in the future.
Gestor Güífi is a GTK-based front-end for wireless-tools. It shows the available networks in an easy-to-read screen and allows the user to connect and disconnect from them with a simple click. It allows configuration of WEP keys and ESSID for hidden networks.
Getwifi is a script written to allow Linux users to join wireless networks based on precedence. The way it works is by using a configuration file check if there is a wireless signal from a given network. If a signal exists then it joins otherwise it checks the next network in the list.
GNOME Wireless Applet
GNOME Wireless Applet aims to create a GNOME-based panel applet and management tool to manage wireless network cards that support Linux wireless extensions.
inSSIDer is an award-winning wi-fi scanner to come out of the woodwork since the netstumbler era. Use inSSIDer to war drive or troubleshoot Wi-Fi channel placement
Ircp-Tray is a wireless file transfer program for Linux. It stays inside your system tray, listening for incoming OBEX file transfer request, as well as sending file out to remote devices, via IRDA or Bluetooth.
KWiFiManager is a wireless LAN client manager for KDE3. With the application KWiFiManager you can configure and monitor your wireless LAN PC-Cards under Linux/KDE.
KWifiSelector is a project to provide an easy to use interface to select and connect to wireless networks.
LinSSID is graphically and functionally similar to Inssider (Microsoft Windows). It is written in C++ using Linux wireless tools and Qt4.
Moscrack is a Perl application designed to facilitate cracking WPA keys in parallel on a group of computers.
Netdiscover is an active/passive address reconnaissance tool, mainly developed for those wireless networks without dhcp server, when you are wardriving. It can be also used on hub/switched networks. Built on top of libnet and libpcap, it can passively detect online hosts, or search for them, by actively sending arp requests, it can also be used to inspect your network arp traffic, and find network addresses using auto scan mode, which will scan for common local networks.
Nightwing allows the creation of quickly deployed wireless networks without the need to make complicated configurations.
NokiaCmoN is a Nokia C110/C111 Wireless Lan Card manager and monitor.
OpenBeacon is a open and generic design for an active wireless transceiver device hardware that operates in the 2.4GHz ISM band.
openBmap is a map of wireless communicating objects such as cellular antenna or Wi-Fi or Bluetooth devices. It provides tools to mutualize data, and to create and access this map.
Prismstumbler is a wireless LAN (WLAN) discovery tool which scans for beaconframes from accesspoints. Prismstumbler operates by constantly switching channels and monitors any frames recived on the currently selected channel.
Pyrit takes a step ahead in attacking WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK, the protocols that protect today's public WiFi-airspace. Pyrit's implementation allows you to create massive databases, pre-computing part of the WPA/WPA2-PSK authentication phase in a space-time-tradeoff.
QWireless is an easy to use program used mainly as a wireless lan analyser. Additionally it extends the wireless tools with some features helpfull to measure and design larger wireless lans. It is designed to run on a linux handheld (e.g. iPaq) with touch screen and on screen keyboard.
Raw Fake AP
Raw Fake AP emulates valid IEEE 802.11 access points using wireless raw injection. It aims at creating both beacon and probe response frames and could be used to "hide" real networks from novice wardrivers or for testing wireless intrusion detection systems.
RawFrames allows you to send various types of ethernet frames from the command line. At the datalink layer, RawFrames supports Ethernet II, 802.3, LLC (802.2), LLC/SNAP and 802.1Q.
RogueScanner is a network security tool for automatically discovering rogue wireless access points by scanning a wired network. In addition to finding access points, it will classify all discovered network devices.
Simple IPX Bridge
Simple IPX Bridge is a tool for tunneling IPX (and even IP and 802.3) via UDP over a public network (e.g. Internet). It is able to put the interface it listens on to promiscous mode, so all frames (not only broadcasts, and frames for the tunneling server) can be received.
SLAN is a GPL open-source project providing a cross platform Virtual Private Networking (VPN) solution focused on providing secured and accountable links over insecure broadcast media such as 802.11 wireless LANs and public ethernets.
tkwifi is a Perl-Tk application to monitor your Wireless and Ethernet connections, and switch between them. It also offers something called "Profiles", which is a list of SSIDs and WEP keys that you can use to connect to private or secure networks.
Transient Bluetooth Environment Auditor
Transient Bluetooth Environment Auditor includes an ncurses-based Bluetooth scanner (a bit similar to kismet), a Bluetooth DoS tool, and a Bluetooth hidden device locator.
Unplugged displays a list of available wireless networks and allows selection and configuration of preferred networks. All the low level wireless network handling is performed by wpa_supplicant.
W-Meter is a tool for testing the conformance and evaluating the performance of 802.11 products. The tool is meant for injecting arbitrary frames to test the conformance of any wifi product.
WEP Key Changer
Wep key changer (WepKC) is a client/server application that allows you to protect your ad-hoc (point to point) wireless network when you are unable to use (due to software or hardware limitations) sophisticated protocols like WPA.
Wepdecrypt is a wireless LAN Tool which guesses WEP keys based on a active dictionary attack, key generator, distributed network attack and some other methods, it's based on wepattack and GPL licensed.
WiFi Radar is a Python/PyGTK2 utility for managing WiFi profiles. It enables you to scan for available networks and create profiles for your preferred networks.
WifiScanner is a tool that has been designed to discover wireless node (i.e access point and wireless clients). It work with CISCO® card and prism card with hostap driver or wlan-ng driver, prism54g, Hermes/Orinoco, Atheros, Centrino, ... An IDS system is integrated to detect anomaly like MAC usurpation.
wirgul (Wireless account creation for GUests and others with Ldap backend) creates wireless accounts automatically. It depends on a user application on the Web and approval via a link sent by email
WiRouter KeyRec is a powerful and platform independent software to recover the default WPA passphrases of the supported router's models (Telecom Italia Alice AGPF, Fastweb Pirelli, Fastweb Tesley).
wistumbler2 is a portable wireless network stumbler with features including: commandline and GTK2 frontend, speaker/dsp support (signal meter), integrated sniffer for network analysis, GPS support, remote stumblering, and more.
The goal of this project is to create an easily configurable, dynamic, wireless connection script so that users, especially laptop users, can connect to multiple networks that have WEP, hidden APs, even VPNs and run connect and disconnect programs easily.
wlan-ui is a very small Linux GUI tool for connecting to wireless networks. It is written in perl, and is a basic example of using perl with Gtk and Glade.