As outlined in the previous section, wireless fuzzers aid in the discovery of various device driver-level flaws that have been announced at a few security conferences like DefCon in 2006.
Wireless fuzzers are essentially tools that generate a series of wireless frames and throw them at wireless devices at a configurable speed and quantity. This allows the tool operator to find out how these devices handle these "malformed" wireless packets. An example of a wireless fuzzer is a tool called Fuzz-e, which is a part of the Airbase package obtainable from http://www.802.11mercenary.net.
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