Automated Wi-Fi scanning/logging, like in 1.1.X ?

Discussion in 'Application Ideas' started by Rinsmaster, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. Rinsmaster

    Rinsmaster New Member

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    Back in the 1.1.X days, there was an app which had the feature to scan for wifi networks every X seconds, and log the networks it found to a file.

    Right now I've tried the StumblerPlus app, but it sucks in saving, because you have to scan yourself and save every network for yourself. Also there are some in the appstore, but I haven't really found a simple auto wifi scanning app...

    Anyone knows if this already exists, if not, it would be great if someone ported that app from 1.1.X over (I forgot the name, maybe it was just Stumbler, not sure)
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    My iPod automaticly connects, when I'm getting home. No password or scanning.
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    Rinsmaster New Member

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    Ofcourse, so does mine. I probably didn't explain it very good:

    I mean that the app scans the current networks and all of their details (ssid,signal,wep/wpa,mac), and logs those to a .txt. This is also called wardriving. This has nothing to do with connecting to a network, just scanning for them, and logging them.

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