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Tools to Sniff Wireless Connection

We configure Wireless routers and send them to our customers. The wireless routers are configured with WPK-PSK TKIP encryption. We are trying to hack into the wireless connection to determine how secure they are.

Are there any wireless hacking tools and sniffer out there to do this?
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djmounce553Commented:
Nmap is a really good way to check open ports, etc, and they have a GUI version if you want that instead of the command line version. NetCat is a good way to bannergrab and get information from that. Putty is a good telnet type application. You can lookup how to use them on Google. I'm sorry I can't give you 'hacking tools' per se, it's just too dangerous to put that information out there. That and most good hackers write their own programs anyway.
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phreesiaAuthor Commented:
I've looked on those people that wrote their hacking program however they seemed to be written for Linux. Have you seen one for windows? and how do I search for it? We need to see if our wireless is breakable and I think the only way to find out is to try to hack into them
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djmounce553Commented:
Since it appears that you are reputable in the aspect of wireless networking, you can e-mail me with your specific questions, as I don't really like putting that sort of information out for all the world to see. It is djmounce553 (AT) gmail (DOT) com
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