Kismet is an 802.11 layer2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection system. Kismet will work with any wireless card which supports raw monitoring (rfmon) mode, and can sniff 802.11b, 802.11a, and 802.11g traffic. Kismet identifies networks by passively collecting packets and detecting standard named networks, detecting (and given time, decloaking) hidden networks, and infering the presence of nonbeaconing networks via data traffic.
If you want to share USB devices over network and Internet use USB@nywhere.
Our software supports many kinds of USB devices such as printers, scanners, flash-memory, Human input devices etc.
The software is easy-to-use & is highly SECURE.
USB@nywhere meets such needs as:
- Need to get remote access to USB equipment
- Need to share USB devices - Need to give access to USB device to multiple remote machines - Need to get connected to multiple USB devices from 1 remote machine - Need to access USB device from anywhere anytime
- Need in wireless network. If there is WLAN station with USB hub on board, it is possible to interact with equipment connected to the station just as if it was physically linked up to computer ports using our technology.
We offer to use our technology in the following (mostly demanded) implementation areas: Security and Monitoring Systems, Synchronization Systems, Providing shared access to USB equipment, medicine, science and education.
AVUSBD server service - receives data from virtual port and writes data to real serial port.
Features: Based on Microsoft Windows XP DDK, (3d parts development products not used); Register Windows Device Name; Share USB devices via TCP/IP; Supports multifunction devices; Hot Plug-n-Play support; Supports all kinds of URB; Supports Bulk , Interrupt and Isochronous transfers; Internal error recovery.
A program to receive weather reports, navigational warnings and weather charts transmitted on longwave and shortwave bands in RTTY, NAVTEX and HF-FAX (WEFAX) modes. None additional hardware is required - your need only receiver and computer with a sound card.
This is an informational 151-page reference source for all of the library functions, operators, and statements that compose the WMLScript language version 1.2. This Quick Reference also includes real working code examples that were tested on the "Nokia WAP Toolkit version 2.0" Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) web browser simulator. such simulators available for free on the Internet.)
ATOMIK (Alphabetically Tuned and Optimized Mobile Interface Keyboard) is a highly optimized method, using touch keyboards, for entering data into handheld devices. It potentially allows typing of faster than 40 words per minute. ATOMIK uses the graffiti area of a PalmOS device as a touchscreen keyboard. The layout of this keyboard is specifically optimized for touchscreen applications.