Seguridad Wireless - Wifi

Sistemas operativos => Zona Windows => Mensaje iniciado por: Hwagm en 31-05-2008, 10:57 (Sábado)

Título: He visto nuevos drivers en wildpackets
Publicado por: Hwagm en 31-05-2008, 10:57 (Sábado)
http://www.wildpackets.com/support/downloads/drivers

OmniPeek Product Family Wireless Drivers

For wireless network analysis, OmniPeek requires the installation of special drivers to capture wireless management, control, and data packets. In addition to providing support for wireless network analysis, these drivers provide complete support for network services when OmniPeek is not being used.

WildPackets supports wireless network adapters from many different manufacturers, based on the underlying wireless chipset used in the device. Supported features may vary based on the underlying chipset. Please refer to the following descriptions to find supported wireless adapters and to identify and download the appropriate drivers for the hardware.
The following drivers are available through MyPeek, the WildPackets community portal.

These drivers are only authorized for use with OmniPeek.

Compatible Wireless Adapters and Drivers
Ralink wireless adapters
Model    Band    Driver    Download
Ralink Cardbus Driver    a/b/g/n    ralink_cardbus2860    Download through MyPeek
Ralink USB Driver    a/b/g/n    ralink_usb2870    Download through MyPeek


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Título: Re: He visto nuevos drivers en wildpackets
Publicado por: Hwagm en 31-05-2008, 11:08 (Sábado)
Omnipeek tool

These drivers are for Omnipeek tool.
Ralink Part Number
   Date   Version
   OS
USB
(RT2870/RT2770)    04/24/2008   

RT2870: 1.1.1.1401
   Windows XP 32
PCI/mPCI/CB(RT256x/RT266x)   04/24/2008
   

RT2860: 1.1.0.31
   Windows XP 32



http://www.ralinktech.com/ralink/Home/Support/Windows.html

http://www.ralinktech.com.tw/data/drivers/RT2870.zip

http://www.ralinktech.com.tw/data/drivers/RT2860.zip
Título: Re: He visto nuevos drivers en wildpackets
Publicado por: Hwagm en 31-05-2008, 11:17 (Sábado)
em he registrado, los he bajado y son los mismo que los del 2 post, y no valen para una edimax

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