DS2KEY is an application for the NDS that allows one to use the DS as a wireless controller for their PC.
But it has one other application....WARDRIVING !
It's got a pretty nice set of wardriving tools.
I had it on while driving home and found 62 wireless access points in less than 10 minutes.
And the Germans over here name their APs strangely...here are some of the SSIDs I found:
169.254.158.201 (someone must be 'sharing' their internet over wi-fi)
DorianGray (someone's been reading...this was also a famous Frankfurt disco back in the 90s)
WLAN (Found a lot of these)
linksys (yup, completely set to default...but they don't sell linksys over here so I think it was an American...found two of these)
welcome (no, YOU'RE welcome for leaving the damn thing wide open!)
FRITZ!Box WLAN 3050 (I hate Fritz! products...found a lot of these)
Speedport W 501V
A (yup...just an 'A'...for those of us in the know, we know what these are)
Default (doh! Found a lot of these)
default (found a lot of these...doh!)
NETGEAR (Found a lot of these...)
I would say about half had their wireless running WEP, a couple running WPA, but most were unsecured. They'll learn one day.
For the record, my SSID is '8675309'...it's a reference to the 80s.
All in all, DS2KEY rocks.