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    Im loving all the BT3 fun im having recently but i really wold like to use my phone for reconoitering wireless networks etc..
    are there any tools like kismet that could run on my W960i PDA its a symbian phone that runs the UIQ3 os.

    anyone point me in the right direction

    many thanks

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    There are a few rather nice wireless scanners for Windows Mobile based phones, like
    WiFiFoFum, but the availability of these tools are rather sparse for symbian.

    I was hunting for a tool like this myself for 3rd gen S60 some months ago and about the only one I came about was the Psiloc HotSpot Finder which is available for UIQ3 as well. This is however a very basic wireless scanner which won't do much more than scanning for and recognizing wireless networks, nothing that can be compared to Kismet that is.
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    thanks Tron perhaps we could share any progress we make in this area.

    I have the psiloc one thanks, got it just easlier. It works but only tells you the bssid, not encryption type info like you said, tbh i really want to know if its wep or wpa more than anything really.
    Also in my search for stuff for my phone i have ended up with bucket loads of s60 programs as i can run them in a compatability type mode for different resolutions but none of the wifi ones work. Im sure you already have these as they were off torrents. but if not i could point you in the right direction.
    Thanks to everyone who has contributed towards bt3 and all the other great tools within it, especially shamanvirtuel, spoonwpa is just awesome to a noob like me. hope you find somewhere to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PwnStar View Post
    thanks Tron perhaps we could share any progress we make in this area.

    I have the psiloc one thanks, got it just easlier. It works but only tells you the bssid, not encryption type info like you said, tbh i really want to know if its wep or wpa more than anything really.
    Also in my search for stuff for my phone i have ended up with bucket loads of s60 programs as i can run them in a compatability type mode for different resolutions but none of the wifi ones work. Im sure you already have these as they were off torrents. but if not i could point you in the right direction.
    Thank you, but I pretty much have given up on finding any tool good enough for symbian. I resorted back to the Nokia wireless scanner that came with the phone as it will show the BSSID, encryption and signal strength.

    Currently I am however looking into the Linux based Neo Freerunner, the beauty of it is naturally that you will actually be able to run Kismet on it
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    is that some kind of linux emulator or OS ?
    Thanks to everyone who has contributed towards bt3 and all the other great tools within it, especially shamanvirtuel, spoonwpa is just awesome to a noob like me. hope you find somewhere to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PwnStar View Post
    is that some kind of linux emulator or OS ?
    Its a new phone that allows one to boot a full Linux OS from microSD with support for usb wlan cards. I've made a tremendous amount to progress with this platform in porting pentesting apps and cross-compiling driver support for cards. It's super cool.
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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    Quote Originally Posted by swc666 View Post
    Its a new phone that allows one to boot a full Linux OS from microSD with support for usb wlan cards. I've made a tremendous amount to progress with this platform in porting pentesting apps and cross-compiling driver support for cards. It's super cool.
    Yeah I'm really getting my hopes up for this phone, ever since it became clear that Android won't be the full open-source platform I was hoping it to be.
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