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RogueScanner 1.0

RogueScanner 1.0

RogueScanner 1.0

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"RogueScanner is an open-source vulnerability management tool that is used to gain greater network visibility to enable you to quickly identify and remove rogue wireless devices that may provide a back door to access your critical data and infrastructure. Considering that rogue access points and peers represent a major threat to data integrity, RogueScanner is a valuable tool that you can start using today at no cost. "
Developer:Network Chemistry Updated:10.07.2006 Price:Free Size:n/a OS:Linux
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