08 December 2009 | 32,751 views

inSSIDer v1.2.3.1014 – Wi-Fi network scanner For Windows

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inSSIDer is an award-winning free Wi-Fi network scanner for Windows Vista and Windows XP. Because NetStumbler doesn’t work well with Vista and 64-bit XP, we built an open-source Wi-Fi network scanner designed for the current generation of Windows operating systems.

What’s Unique about inSSIDer?

  • Use Windows Vista and Windows XP 64-bit.
  • Uses the Native Wi-Fi API.
  • Group by Mac Address, SSID, Channel, RSSI and “Time Last Seen.”
  • Compatible with most GPS devices (NMEA v2.3 and higher).

How can inSSIDer help me?

  • Inspect your WLAN and surrounding networks to troubleshoot competing access points.
  • Track the strength of received signal in dBm over time.
  • Filter access points in an easy to use format.
  • Highlight access points for areas with high Wi-Fi concentration.
  • Export Wi-Fi and GPS data to a KML file to view in Google Earth

InSSIDer is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. The source code is freely available from the public Subversion repository at http://www.metageek.net/svn/trunk.

You can download inSSIDer here:

Inssider_Installer.msi

Or read more here.



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One Response to “inSSIDer v1.2.3.1014 – Wi-Fi network scanner For Windows”

  1. Morgan Storey 12 December 2009 at 1:08 pm Permalink

    looks nice but kismet is more my cup of tea. I still fire up wireshark on my windows machine occasionally though.