WiFiDEnum (and no, I’m not really sure how to say that out loud) has been released by Joshua Wright. This tool reports back wireless driver versions against known vulnerabilities. Try it out. Hopefully the tool is kept up to date as more vulns become announced (slowly). While I never expect that to be the case, I think this tool appears useful enough to Josh and his company and might get some lovin over the years. The next step may be a more hostile enumeration tool that can sniff and/or actively fingerprint a host’s wireless card and drivers (and no, I don’t know if that is even possible to a worthwhile degree).
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I got error 404 trying to access it.
You’re right, it looks like the link is down. I threw an email to Josh about it, but I did find a download site for version 1.2. Use at your own risk, since I don’t think there is any posted md5/sha anywhere. If it were me, I’d give it a try and not necessarily expect a bad executable.
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