So, you like Netstumbler's ability to pinpoint rogue wireless access points but you're looking for a tool that works with Windows Vista and Windows 7? Then Vistumbler is for you.
This month, Peter Giannoulis of TheAcademyHome.com and TheAcademyPro.com explains how to use the basic features of the free Vistumbler tool including how to find APs, set filters, sort and categorize findings and export them as a CSV file.
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