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CommView Wifi - supports Atheros chipsets.

Microsoft Network Monitor - supports <unknown>

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asked 15 Nov '12, 17:15

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Wireshark - with AirPCap adaptor

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answered 16 Nov '12, 00:17

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Which costs $100 for nothing. But i'll add it too.

(16 Nov '12, 12:04) xpeh

Ohshi, now i have to enter captcha to edit my question :D Well, then edit it by yourself.

(16 Nov '12, 12:05) xpeh

Which costs $100 for nothing.

Interesting, when did Tamo Soft start giving away CommView Wifi for less than $100 or even for free? I must have missed that ...

(16 Nov '12, 13:18) Kurt Knochner ♦

It's a little offtopic here. As a private user, you can use CommView WiFi for free, opposite to $100 stick that can nothing except capturing packets (i.e. it cannot operate in normal mode), has no socket for external antenna etc.

(16 Nov '12, 13:49) xpeh

CommView, but not CommView Wifi. If you think CommView Wifi is free for personal use, please post the link were I can find that statement on the website of the vendor.

(16 Nov '12, 14:02) Kurt Knochner ♦

It's not on vendors site, but maybe on torrent trackers :)

I've got captcha prompt, so either edit the question by yourself or vote to give me neutral carma.

(16 Nov '12, 14:02) xpeh

So, you compare a product for $100 with a stolen license key of a product that costs several hundred $ and then you complain, that the product you cannot steal via torrent (as it's physical) is too expensive?

Do you think that is funny?

(16 Nov '12, 14:10) Kurt Knochner ♦

There was my answer, where is it?

(20 Nov '12, 13:16) xpeh

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(20 Nov '12, 13:29) Kurt Knochner ♦
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