This should be a fairly easy request that I normally could do myself, however I have no experience navigating CVS and don't have the time to do this at the moment.
I need someone to compile me a Windows version of the program Airsnort. I need to use it to check vulnerabilities on my [url removed, login to view] network, and demonstrate such vulnerabilities to others.
All I need someone to do is go to [url removed, login to view]
and follow the first to steps under "What you need" which I've listed below:
* Grab Airsnort out of the CVS tree at sourceforge. A crude windows makefile is included. The makefile is used to build both the required dll and the Airsnort executable.
* To minimize the number of changes between platforms, Airsnort for Windows uses the Windows ports of GLIB and GTK+1.2. Grab them here GTK+ and GIMP for Windows. You will need at a minimum gtk+[url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view] and gtk+-dev-1.3.0-20030115.zip. The names of these files may change slightly as new versions are posted. This is not a tutorial on how to get those packages installed, but you will need them placed where your compiler can find them and may need to tweek the makefile to please all.
* Download a demo version of AiroPeek or AiroPeek NX from Wild Packets. Install it as well as their Lucent driver. You need to locate the files [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], and Peek5.sys. They will be located in the "AiroPeek Demo" directory. The demo program may be crippled, but these files are not. Copy these files into your AirSnort/bin directory.
Then just compile Airsnort, and send it to me in a either an installer file (or probably more appropiate) a self-expanding ZIP archive. Just make sure it works upon delivery.
I am running Windows XP home edition.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form 2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request, either in self-extracting zip form or as an installer file.
Windows XP Home Edition