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    Default NetStumbler Useability?

    is Netstmbler 0.4.0 a useful tool? I see it hasn't been updated since 2004!
    I downloaded it only to see that it does not recognize my Realtek RTL 8191SE PCI-E NIC.

    Thanks,

    Ray

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    Is it useful... Yes, it is useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayj00 View Post
    is Netstmbler 0.4.0 a useful tool? I see it hasn't been updated since 2004!
    I downloaded it only to see that it does not recognize my Realtek RTL 8191SE PCI-E NIC.

    Thanks,

    Ray
    Did you read the hardware support list? It was designed for Orinoco pcmcia cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayj00 View Post
    is Netstmbler 0.4.0 a useful tool? I see it hasn't been updated since 2004!
    I downloaded it only to see that it does not recognize my Realtek RTL 8191SE PCI-E NIC.

    Thanks,

    Ray

    If your after something similar try inSSIDer by Metageek. Sort of a netstumbler style scanner, which is more up to date with both OS and WiFi card support. Good if you live in the M$ world

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    Oh of course we all like MS very vulunerable
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