Stumbling and Sniffing Wireless Networks in Linux, Part 1

Do you need to stumble or sniff networks? Do you need to do a Wi-Fi site survey, troubleshoot network annoyances, or make sure your employees (or children) aren’t misusing the Internet? Sure you can spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on commercial network analyzers–usually for Windows–but Linux and the open source community offer some great tools.

In this article, we’ll discover and tour a few different stumblers and sniffers that run on Linux. We’ll also touch on some general stumbling and sniffing information. You’re on your way to a free and open site survey, war-drive, or network troubleshooting experience. Now let’s get started!


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