Edit, visualize and send 802.11 frames to the air from Wireshark.
I make this patch because I want some visual tool for editing and reinject 802.11 frames. Now I have integrated the powerful of Wireshark decoder and visualization, a simple raw hexadecimal frame editor, and the LORCON library for frame injection. This patch provides the way to do injection/modifications in easy manner, like in CommView and other commercial products. I know that this will be more convenient to do in Netdude , but I'm too lazy to adapt 802.11 decoder for netdude. Is coded in four relaxed days for my tests, I never used GTK libraries before, and some things surely would to be done better, send me your opinions, bugfixes etc...
The LORCON packet injection library provides a high level interface to transmit IEEE 802.11 packets onto a wireless medium. Written for Linux systems, this architecture simplifies the development of 802.11 packet injection through an abstraction layer, making the development of auditing and assessment tools driver- independent. Using LORCON, developers can write tools that inject packets onto the wireless network without writing driver-specific code, simply by asking the user to identify the driver name they are currently using for a specified interface.
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Open Source Linux driver for wireless network cards (DWL-520+ PCI, DWL-650+ CardBus, GL-2422MP mini-PCI etc.) that are based on the entirely undocumented Texas Instruments ACX100 chip, for modern kernel versions (2.4.x - 2.6.x). BSD support planned.