January 20th 2008.
-adapter list tab: "Check vendor" button no longer invokes the messagebox with the vendor name.The vendor's name is now under the "vendor" label.As Mister_X suggested, i transfered the mac codes text files to a database, so that clicking on the particular adapter in adapter list no longer hogs the CPU (as much...). http://airowizard.webs.com/adapters.gif
-monitor mode tab: Here's something for Zermelo.If airserv-ng is not running, there's no way to run any other part of the suite dependable of airserv-ng. http://airowizard.webs.com/monitor.gif
-wep crack and recovery tab: Here's something for Zermelo, again.Added the ivsools support, as well as the dictionary switch. http://airowizard.webs.com/aircrack.gif
-advanced tab: As Mister_X suggested, i've added the "Usage help" button, which invokes new form with the redirected output from a program (without any switches) , in order to get the usage help. http://airowizard.webs.com/usagehelp.gif
-new tab : Added the "Log viewer" tab. http://airowizard.webs.com/logviewer.gif
-new tab : Since AiroWizard is now using the database instead of text files, i've introduced a new tab called "Adapter vendor list" with a data grid displaying the adapters macs and vendor names.This can be used for fast and convenient insertion of random vendor MACs, either for MAC spoofing purposes, or the BSSID filtering. http://airowizard.webs.com/vendors.gif
To upgrade to a newer revision, just uninstall the older one and install the new revision.Or not...
January 19th 2008.
-added debug logging, as well as "-a" filter option for initial airodump-ng scan.
January 18th 2008.
-bugfix : exception when clicking on "search" button of the "Vendor List" form: "Could not fina a part of the path 'C:\NET1\bin\MAC codes.txt"
-minor GUI changes
January 17th 2008.
-added MAC filtering options for the initial Airodump-ng scan
-added Wzcook support
January 10th 2008.