Posted on Sunday, Dec 17 2006 @ 05:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
I've recently started using a Pocket PC again, and one of the more interesting applications I found and installed on the Pocket PC was a WiFi scanner called WiFiFoFum. Veteran Pocket PC or SmartPhone users would probably have this application installed on their WiFi-enabled devices right now. But if you have not tried it yet yet, I highly suggest you do.
However, I'm not writing this article to tell you about this cool application. Instead, I'll be showing you some interesting data I've gathered using this WiFi scanner. You'd probably also end up following my steps. But first, let me set the premise of this little "experiment".
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