by Nir Sofer

This is a small utility that monitors all sorts of things in the background.

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. A new wireless network will be detected as soon as it's active: According to this analysis, an incoming network will display as soon as it's detected. An end-to-end approach that provides the following services: the quality of the last signal, the estimated signal quality, an analytics method, a network Identifier Symbolizer (SSID), a way to detect threats, and, of course, the block cipher. 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. We'll update the list every ten seconds, so you can keep an eye on the network. As well as new wireless networks, the list will be expanded.

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