by Nir Sofer

Small utility that runs in the background monitoring things

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Nir Sofer

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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WirelessNetView is a wireless monitoring program that runs in the background and is designed to monitor wireless networks near you. When a new wireless network is detected, the program will display the following information: the quality of the last signal, the average signal quality, the authentication algorithm, the network identifier (SSID), the number of detections, the algorithm of block encryption, and much more. To start working with WirelessNetView you just need to run the executable file. Once launched, the main window will display all wireless networks found near you. The list will be updated every 10 seconds, so you can see changes in network signals. In addition, new wireless networks will be added to the list.

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