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Wardialing software (analog and ISDN)
From: Volker Tanger <vtlists () wyae de>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 13:00:45 +0200

Greetings!

Dou you know of other ISDN wardialing software other than

- T-Kit (http://www.t-kit.com/, Windows, commercial)
- PAWS  (http://www.wyae.de/software/paw/, Linux, GPL)


Current analog wardialing software. I've found so far:
- iWar  (http://freshmeat.net/projects/iwar/, Unix, GPL)
- PAW  (http://www.wyae.de/software/paw/, any OS?, GPL)

and older, unmaintained unix 
- ShokDial (http://www.w00w00.org/files/misc/shokdial/ShokDial.txt)
- ward.c  (http://www.0xdeadbeef.info/code/ward.c, Unix)

I remember ToneLoc and THC-Scan from the old MS-DOS days, but I'm not
sure wether/how they do work on current systems.

Bye

Volker


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