which tool?

Netstumbler does everything except the default admin account and password. It kinda sounds like APTools, but I'm not sure as I don't have it loaded on my machine:

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I think it's a dead project. You can always lookup the vendor using the MAC address in the IEEE database.
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See if any of these sound familiar:
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If you installed it on your Windoze computer, check if there's anything left in the registry or in add/remove software in the control panel.

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Several months back I was testing the security of my wireless network, and ran across a wardriving tool that not only detected wireless networks, but showed the vendor of the access point, as well as the default administrator accounts and passwords for access points (on a per brand basis).

Unfortunately, I did not document which tool this was (I tested several). Does this feature set sound familiar to anyone? It was a win32 app.


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