Josh Wright earlier this year posted a couple wireless security papers which are quite valuable. First he talks about wireless framing; basically a blitz through how wireless 802.11 works. There is also a paper about 5 wireless threats we may not know about. In the list, Wright mentions 802.11n (Greenfield mode) and Bluetooth rogue APs. I think scanning for rogue APs using kismet is becoming fairly common in concerned organizations (or by concerned geeks anyway). But how does one begin to scan to find these other wireless technologies?
I’m sure there’s more, I’m just not coming up with them at the moment.
AirMagnet’s Laptop Analyzer will detect 802.11n signals. I’m not sure what else is available out there for this new tech.