We can't really review the KisMAC WiFi Stumbler here because it's outside our area of expertise, but we get many visitors looking for it - so give the people what they want, right?
According the the official KisMAC web site, the software is "a free, open source wireless stumbling and security tool for Mac OS X." One of our programmers did try it as a stumbler, and said it works great. As far as security, he said it would be terrific for testing the security on a WiFi network because it can hack WEP encryption in minutes if you know how to use it. Of course, we would never try to hack any of our neighbor's WiFi connections and frankly it's distressing that our company name could be accidentally associated with such a nefarious activity (tongue firmly in cheek on that one).
So, we'll just leave it there and link to the official KisMAC web site here: www.kismac-ng.org
You be the judge, but we think the logo pretty much says it all. Cute little guy, huh?
KisMAC was named for the popular PC program, Kismet, an 802.11 layer2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection system.http://lifehacker.com/5305094/how-to-crack-a-wi+fi-networks-wep-password-with-backtrack