iStumbler updated for Snow Leopard

Apr 10, 2010 - 1 Comment

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iStumbler has long been one of my favorite tools in Mac OS X to discover available wireless networks, and the new version adds support for Snow Leopard (10.6.2 or later). Other than 10.6 support, there’s a neat new GPS location feature, and the usual support for Bluetooth and Bonjour, and various bug fixes. My only complaint is that iStumbler doesn’t find as many available wireless devices than what’s shown available in my Airport menu, but I still think it’s definitely a must-have utility for any network administrator trying to troubleshoot wireless connections or even just those with a cheeky disposition.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Utilities

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  1. laidback says:

    there has to be something better than this by now, kismac?

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