Wardriving Page Updated

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Mentor Wireless is now using WiGLE: An online database which accepts “stumbles” or “WiLDs” in the “wi-scan”, “wi-scan with extensions” and “CWGD” formats (GPS tagged data about wireless networks). NetStumbler, DStumbler, Kismet and other clients generate data in these formats. Data is stored in a database, locations are triangulated, and data is shared via web requests. Submit your wardriving results directly into WIGLE or email them to Mentor Wireless

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