A command-line utility for injecting IEEE 802.11 frames from binary files. This works well with Wireshark's "File | Export | Selected Packet Bytes" feature, allowing the user to override supported field contents (source address, destination address, BSSID, sequence number, etc) with command-line arguments. This makes file2air a useful tool for evaluating the impact of various DoS attacks, and for fuzzing wireless drivers without knowing a programming/scripting language.
October 8 2007
Released version 1.1 of File2air with only minor modifications from the last 1.0 release candidate. Bumped the version up to 1.1 to avoid confusion with versioning and 1.0, since it was used for so long as a release candidate without an official 1.0 release.