This is a popular wireless stumbler for MAC OS X offers many of the features of its namesake Kismet, though the base code is entirely different. KisMAC offers a pretty GUI and was around before Kismet was ported to OS X. KisMAC is a wireless network discovery tool for MAC OS X. It has a wide range of features similar to Kismet; this program is geared to network security professionals without any experience in cyber security; you cannot use this tool like other similar tools.
KisMAC will scan networks passively on supported cards- including Apple’s AirPort, AirPort Extreme and many third party cards, are actively on any card supported by MAC OS X itself. KisMAC2 is a fork of original software with a new GUI, and new features and that works for OS X 10.7-10.10, 64bit only. It is no longer maintained. Data can also be saved in pcap format and loaded into programs such as Wireshark.
KisMAC is a passive scanner. Rather than send out active probes requests, it instructs the wireless card to tune a channel, listen for a short time, then tune to the next channel, listen for a while, and so on. In this way, it is possible to not only detect networks without announcing your presence, but also find networks that don't respond to probe requests- namely closed networks. But that’s not all. Passive monitors have access to every frame that the radio can hear while turned to a particular channel. This means that you can not only detect access points, but also the wireless clients of those Aps.
http: //github.com/IGRSoft/KisMAC2.git ./KisMAC2
git submodule update -- init –recursive
open KisMac2. Xcworkspace
Download the Tool Here: https://github.com/IGRSoft/KisMac2
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