Battlestations! Those of you who get a kick out of wardriving will be glad to know that Jean-Yves Lamoureux has released a new version of WiFiSniffer for the PSP! WiFiSniffer allows you to constantly detect and monitor the status of WiFi connections in your area. It will display both WEP encrypted and unencrypted connections every second, and will display the SSID, speed, capabilities and MAC address. A few bugs have been cleaned up in the latest release, as well as getting a new look!
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