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February 27, 2003--In this issue:

1. MOBILE & WIRELESS PERSPECTIVES - Neighborhood Wi-Fi Site Survey

2. MOBILE & WIRELESS NEWS & VIEWS - NEC's New Tablet PC - Palm Software for Auto Repair - 802.11g Certification

3. ANNOUNCEMENTS - Join the HP & Microsoft Network Storage Solutions Road Show! - Microsoft Mobility Developer Conference - Windows & .NET Magazine Connections: Real-World Technical Tips Here for You

4. INSTANT POLL - Results of Previous Poll: Third-Party Applications on Your PDA - New Instant Poll: Wireless Network Security

5. RESOURCES - Tip: Add Words to the Tablet PC Dictionary - Event Highlight: Indoor Networks Principles & Practice

6. NEW AND IMPROVED - Enter PDA Data Through a Keyboard Alternative - Extend the Enterprise Help Desk to Mobile Technicians

7. CONTACT US - See this section for a list of ways to contact us.

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1.

MOBILE & WIRELESS PERSPECTIVES

(contributed by John D. Ruley, jruley@winnetmag.com)

* NEIGHBORHOOD WI-FI SITE SURVEY In past Mobile & Wireless UPDATE newsletters and Windows & .NET Magazine columns, I've written about security concerns involving 802.11b Wi-Fi networks. Over the past couple of weeks, I've discovered that the problem is more serious than I thought. While testing a program called Mini Stumbler (more on this program shortly), I discovered more than a dozen Wi-Fi networks in a 2-mile radius of my house. Of those networks, only four have security enabled. A good half of them appear to be out-of-the-box Linksys wireless routers that were installed using default settings; I made this assumption because of the combination of the default router name (Linksys), default DHCP address range (192.168.0.100), and complete lack of security. I can also assume that most of these routers are running the default administrative password, but I haven't checked--that would be hacking, after all.

Mini Stumbler is a Pocket PC port of Network Stumbler, the popular freeware site-survey application. Written by Marius Milner, both Network Stumbler and Mini Stumbler are available at NetStumbler.com ( http://www.netstumbler.com ). Mini Stumbler's major limitation is that it supports only two wireless NICs: the Proxim ORiNOCO 802.11b CardBus Cards and the similar Compaq TK card. Milner didn't bother with a Pocket PC installation program; instead, the program's README file requires you to use Microsoft ActiveSync to copy the appropriate .exe file directly onto the device. I recommend copying the file to the Windows, Start Menu, Programs folder. Then, you can launch the application by clicking its icon.

Mini Stumbler provides an extremely simple UI, in which all detected Access Points (APs) are identified with a color-coded icon--green, yellow, and red for high, medium, and low signal strength, respectively--and a padlock if security is enabled. Mini Stumbler also records the media access control (MAC) address, Service Set Identifier (SSID), and a variety of other data, including latitude/longitude pairs if a Global Positioning System (GPS) device is connected to the Pocket PC's serial port.

All you need to do to find 802.11b networks in your vicinity is install Mini Stumbler on your Pocket PC, plug in a compatible Wi-Fi card, and go for a walk (in a building or local area) or drive (in a larger area). I drove a couple of miles each way on McHenry Avenue--Modesto's main drag--north and south of my house.

Until I took that drive, I honestly had no idea how common 802.11b networks are. Modesto isn't exactly a high-tech hotbed; it's a medium-sized agricultural town (200,000 population) in the California central valley. The city's largest employer is Gallo Wine, and seasonal unemployment runs in the 20 to 30 percent range. I would have expected the results I found (in terms of sheer numbers, at least) in Silicon Valley, not in Modesto. Evidently, the low cost of wireless APs and Wi-Fi cards (less than $100) has turned many novice users into Wi-Fi network administrators.

Should you care about these developments? If you have the necessary equipment, I urge you to use Mini Stumbler to carry out a site survey in your office. If wireless APs are as common as I've found in a place like Modesto, I'd be extremely surprised if equally unsecure APs weren't floating around most companies. Locating those APs should be pretty simple: Just walk around and watch the icon color change.

I'd like to hear from anyone who has performed such a survey--either in a corporate environment or in a neighborhood. Write to me at jruley@ainet.com.

2.

MOBILE & WIRELESS NEWS & VIEWS

(contributed by John D. Ruley, jruley@winnetmag.com)

* NEC'S NEW TABLET PC NEC has joined the ranks of Tablet PC vendors with what the company claims to be "the industry's thinnest and lightest" Tablet PC. The Versa Litepad weighs a svelte 2.2 pounds and provides a 933MHz Mobile Pentium III CPU, a 20GB hard disk, and 256MB of RAM. For more information, go to the following URL. http://www.neccomp.com/products/versa/litepad

* PALM SOFTWARE FOR AUTO REPAIR From the "And now for something completely different" files, Shade Tree Software's ProDiag is a Palm OS-based diagnostic tool for Volkswagen, Audi, and Skoda cars. ProDiag is a freeware download from the following URL. http://www.shadetreesoftware.com

* 802.11g CERTIFICATION The Wi-Fi Alliance announced plans for compatibility testing of 802.11g products. The testing will cover mandatory features such as backward compatibility with 802.11b devices and operation of 802.11b and 802.11g devices in a mixed network. http://www.weca.net/opensection/releasedisplay.asp?tid=4&itemid=134&stryear=2003&strmonth=2

3.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

(brought to you by Windows & .NET Magazine and its partners)

* JOIN THE HP & MICROSOFT NETWORK STORAGE SOLUTIONS ROAD SHOW! Now is the time to start thinking of storage as a strategic weapon in your IT arsenal. Come to our 10-city Network Storage Solutions Road Show, and learn how existing and future storage solutions can save your company money--and make your job easier! There is no fee for this event, but space is limited. Register today! http://www.winnetmag.com/roadshows/nas

* MICROSOFT MOBILITY DEVELOPER CONFERENCE The premier 3-day developer event for building and bringing to market wireless applications for Microsoft Windows(r) Powered Pocket PC and Smartphone. Designed for developers, software vendors, wireless operators and IT professionals, this event provides the tools/strategies to build and market mobile applications, content and services. Register today quoting MDC819. http://www.microsoft.com/europe/mdc

* WINDOWS & .NET MAGAZINE CONNECTIONS: REAL-WORLD TECHNICAL TIPS HERE FOR YOU Train with the experts! Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to learn firsthand from Windows & .NET Magazine writers you trust: Minasi, Russinovich, Hill, Wells, Deuby, Moskowitz, plus Microsoft is sending the "Scripting Guys"--members of its TechNet Script Center. This event runs from May 18-21, 2003. Register today and save $300! http://www.winconnections.com

4.

INSTANT POLL

* RESULTS OF PREVIOUS POLL: THIRD-PARTY APPLICATIONS ON YOUR PDA The voting has closed in Windows & .NET Magazine's Mobile & Wireless Solutions nonscientific Instant Poll for the question, "How many third-party applications do you run on your PDA?" Here are the results from the 49 votes: - 27% More than 10 - 33% 5 to 10 - 20% 3 or 4 - 14% 1 or 2 - 6% 0

* NEW INSTANT POLL: WIRELESS NETWORK SECURITY The next Instant Poll question is, "How concerned are you about the security of your wireless network?" Go to the Mobile & Wireless Solutions Web site and submit your vote for a) Extremely concerned, b) Reasonably concerned, c) Mildly concerned, or d) Not concerned. http://www.mobile-and-wireless.com

5.

RESOURCES

TIP: ADD WORDS TO THE TABLET PC DICTIONARY Earlier this week, I met with representatives of Microsoft's Tablet PC development team. I'll have more on that meeting in a future column, but in the meantime, I want to pass on a tip. It's a weird tip, but I'm told it works.

Handwriting recognition is one of the Tablet PC's core features. A proper dictionary is crucial to the success of handwriting recognition (or any other kind of recognition). If you write a word that isn't in the Tablet PC dictionary, the Tablet PC won't recognize it. Instead, the device will use what its dictionary does contain to take a best guess at the word. This flaw is irritating at best, and for users in medical or technical fields that use special vocabularies, it can render the recognizer essentially useless.

Fortunately, a workaround exists. The Tablet PC folks have evidently borrowed some of their technology from Microsoft Word. For speech recognition, the Tablet PC recognizer uses the same dictionary that Word uses. So, if you install the speech-recognition feature in Word, which lets you extend its dictionary, you automatically obtain the ability to expand the Tablet PC dictionary.

* EVENT HIGHLIGHT: INDOOR NETWORKS PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE March 13 through 14, 2003 Las Vegas, Nevada

Indoor Networks Principles & Practice is a 2-day training course for engineers, technicians, and systems administrators tasked with any aspect of in-building wireless-communications network design, deployment, or maintenance. Hundreds of millions of users rely on cellular and wireless LAN (WLAN) coverage in and around buildings, yet the design methodologies and techniques have yet to be finely honed. This course will provide you with all the information you need to make decisions regarding design, equipment selection, field testing, benchmarking, antenna selection, and archiving the identity and location of all installed hardware. After the Las Vegas dates, the course will be offered in other major North American cities throughout the year, including New Orleans; Chicago; Washington, DC; Boston; and San Francisco. For further information, go to the event site at the following URL. http://www.wirelessvalley.com/services/principlesandpractice.asp

For other upcoming events, check out the Windows & .NET Magazine Event Calendar. http://www.winnetmag.com/events/calendar

6.

NEW AND IMPROVED

(contributed by Carolyn Mader, products@winnetmag.com)

* ENTER PDA DATA THROUGH A KEYBOARD ALTERNATIVE Avaion released FatFinger 2.3, software that provides finger-sized onscreen keyboards that you can use with any Palm OS application. The software is a data-entry alternative to Palm's Graffiti. FatFinger works with or in place of the existing Palm keyboard. You can download a 14-day trial version. A registered version costs $14.95. Contact Avaion at 763-559-7037 or sales@avaion.com. http://www.avaion.com

* EXTEND THE ENTERPRISE HELP DESK TO MOBILE TECHNICIANS Cingular Wireless and Computer Associates (CA) announced the integration of Cingular Wireless's Wireless Enterprise Platform and CA's Unicenter ServicePlus Service Desk into a combined solution to provide mobile access to enterprise Help desks. Mobile service desk staff can use Cingular voice and data networks to receive notification about new or escalated problems, access information about open items, and send messages to resolve problems. Contact Cingular Wireless at 866-246-4852 or CA at 631-342-6000. http://www.cingular.com http://www.ca.com

7.

CONTACT US

Here's how to reach us with your comments and questions:

* ABOUT MOBILE AND WIRELESS PERSPECTIVES -- jruley@winnetmag.com

* ABOUT THE NEWSLETTER IN GENERAL -- jbovberg@winnetmag.com (please mention the newsletter name in the subject line)

* TECHNICAL QUESTIONS -- http://www.winnetmag.net/forums

* PRODUCT NEWS -- products@winnetmag.com

* QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR MOBILE & WIRELESS UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION? Email Customer Support -- mobile_&_wirelessupdate@winnetmag.com

* WANT TO SPONSOR MOBILE & WIRELESS UPDATE? emedia_opps@winnetmag.com

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~~~~ THIS ISSUE SPONSORED BY ~~~~

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~ SPONSOR: MICROSOFT MOBILITY TOUR ~~~~

TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO JOIN THE MICROSOFT MOBILITY TOUR! Brought to you by Windows & .NET Magazine, this outstanding seven-city event will help support your growing mobile workforce! Industry guru Paul Thurrott discusses the coolest mobility hardware solutions around, demonstrates how to increase the productivity of your "road warriors" with the unique features of Windows XP and Office XP, and much more. There is no charge for these live events, but space is limited so register today! http://www.winnetmag.com/seminars/mobility

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

February 27, 2003--In this issue:

1. MOBILE & WIRELESS PERSPECTIVES - Neighborhood Wi-Fi Site Survey

2. MOBILE & WIRELESS NEWS & VIEWS - NEC's New Tablet PC - Palm Software for Auto Repair - 802.11g Certification

3. ANNOUNCEMENTS - Join the HP & Microsoft Network Storage Solutions Road Show! - Microsoft Mobility Developer Conference - Windows & .NET Magazine Connections: Real-World Technical Tips Here for You

4. INSTANT POLL - Results of Previous Poll: Third-Party Applications on Your PDA - New Instant Poll: Wireless Network Security

5. RESOURCES - Tip: Add Words to the Tablet PC Dictionary - Event Highlight: Indoor Networks Principles & Practice

6. NEW AND IMPROVED - Enter PDA Data Through a Keyboard Alternative - Extend the Enterprise Help Desk to Mobile Technicians

7. CONTACT US - See this section for a list of ways to contact us.

********************

1.

MOBILE & WIRELESS PERSPECTIVES

(contributed by John D. Ruley, jruley@winnetmag.com)

* NEIGHBORHOOD WI-FI SITE SURVEY In past Mobile & Wireless UPDATE newsletters and Windows & .NET Magazine columns, I've written about security concerns involving 802.11b Wi-Fi networks. Over the past couple of weeks, I've discovered that the problem is more serious than I thought. While testing a program called Mini Stumbler (more on this program shortly), I discovered more than a dozen Wi-Fi networks in a 2-mile radius of my house. Of those networks, only four have security enabled. A good half of them appear to be out-of-the-box Linksys wireless routers that were installed using default settings; I made this assumption because of the combination of the default router name (Linksys), default DHCP address range (192.168.0.100), and complete lack of security. I can also assume that most of these routers are running the default administrative password, but I haven't checked--that would be hacking, after all.

Mini Stumbler is a Pocket PC port of Network Stumbler, the popular freeware site-survey application. Written by Marius Milner, both Network Stumbler and Mini Stumbler are available at NetStumbler.com ( http://www.netstumbler.com ). Mini Stumbler's major limitation is that it supports only two wireless NICs: the Proxim ORiNOCO 802.11b CardBus Cards and the similar Compaq TK card. Milner didn't bother with a Pocket PC installation program; instead, the program's README file requires you to use Microsoft ActiveSync to copy the appropriate .exe file directly onto the device. I recommend copying the file to the Windows, Start Menu, Programs folder. Then, you can launch the application by clicking its icon.

Mini Stumbler provides an extremely simple UI, in which all detected Access Points (APs) are identified with a color-coded icon--green, yellow, and red for high, medium, and low signal strength, respectively--and a padlock if security is enabled. Mini Stumbler also records the media access control (MAC) address, Service Set Identifier (SSID), and a variety of other data, including latitude/longitude pairs if a Global Positioning System (GPS) device is connected to the Pocket PC's serial port.

All you need to do to find 802.11b networks in your vicinity is install Mini Stumbler on your Pocket PC, plug in a compatible Wi-Fi card, and go for a walk (in a building or local area) or drive (in a larger area). I drove a couple of miles each way on McHenry Avenue--Modesto's main drag--north and south of my house.

Until I took that drive, I honestly had no idea how common 802.11b networks are. Modesto isn't exactly a high-tech hotbed; it's a medium-sized agricultural town (200,000 population) in the California central valley. The city's largest employer is Gallo Wine, and seasonal unemployment runs in the 20 to 30 percent range. I would have expected the results I found (in terms of sheer numbers, at least) in Silicon Valley, not in Modesto. Evidently, the low cost of wireless APs and Wi-Fi cards (less than $100) has turned many novice users into Wi-Fi network administrators.

Should you care about these developments? If you have the necessary equipment, I urge you to use Mini Stumbler to carry out a site survey in your office. If wireless APs are as common as I've found in a place like Modesto, I'd be extremely surprised if equally unsecure APs weren't floating around most companies. Locating those APs should be pretty simple: Just walk around and watch the icon color change.

I'd like to hear from anyone who has performed such a survey--either in a corporate environment or in a neighborhood. Write to me at jruley@ainet.com.

2.

MOBILE & WIRELESS NEWS & VIEWS

(contributed by John D. Ruley, jruley@winnetmag.com)

* NEC'S NEW TABLET PC NEC has joined the ranks of Tablet PC vendors with what the company claims to be "the industry's thinnest and lightest" Tablet PC. The Versa Litepad weighs a svelte 2.2 pounds and provides a 933MHz Mobile Pentium III CPU, a 20GB hard disk, and 256MB of RAM. For more information, go to the following URL. http://www.neccomp.com/products/versa/litepad

* PALM SOFTWARE FOR AUTO REPAIR From the "And now for something completely different" files, Shade Tree Software's ProDiag is a Palm OS-based diagnostic tool for Volkswagen, Audi, and Skoda cars. ProDiag is a freeware download from the following URL. http://www.shadetreesoftware.com

* 802.11g CERTIFICATION The Wi-Fi Alliance announced plans for compatibility testing of 802.11g products. The testing will cover mandatory features such as backward compatibility with 802.11b devices and operation of 802.11b and 802.11g devices in a mixed network. http://www.weca.net/opensection/releasedisplay.asp?tid=4&itemid=134&stryear=2003&strmonth=2

3.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

(brought to you by Windows & .NET Magazine and its partners)

* JOIN THE HP & MICROSOFT NETWORK STORAGE SOLUTIONS ROAD SHOW! Now is the time to start thinking of storage as a strategic weapon in your IT arsenal. Come to our 10-city Network Storage Solutions Road Show, and learn how existing and future storage solutions can save your company money--and make your job easier! There is no fee for this event, but space is limited. Register today! http://www.winnetmag.com/roadshows/nas

* MICROSOFT MOBILITY DEVELOPER CONFERENCE The premier 3-day developer event for building and bringing to market wireless applications for Microsoft Windows(r) Powered Pocket PC and Smartphone. Designed for developers, software vendors, wireless operators and IT professionals, this event provides the tools/strategies to build and market mobile applications, content and services. Register today quoting MDC819. http://www.microsoft.com/europe/mdc

* WINDOWS & .NET MAGAZINE CONNECTIONS: REAL-WORLD TECHNICAL TIPS HERE FOR YOU Train with the experts! Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to learn firsthand from Windows & .NET Magazine writers you trust: Minasi, Russinovich, Hill, Wells, Deuby, Moskowitz, plus Microsoft is sending the "Scripting Guys"--members of its TechNet Script Center. This event runs from May 18-21, 2003. Register today and save $300! http://www.winconnections.com

4.

INSTANT POLL

* RESULTS OF PREVIOUS POLL: THIRD-PARTY APPLICATIONS ON YOUR PDA The voting has closed in Windows & .NET Magazine's Mobile & Wireless Solutions nonscientific Instant Poll for the question, "How many third-party applications do you run on your PDA?" Here are the results from the 49 votes: - 27% More than 10 - 33% 5 to 10 - 20% 3 or 4 - 14% 1 or 2 - 6% 0

* NEW INSTANT POLL: WIRELESS NETWORK SECURITY The next Instant Poll question is, "How concerned are you about the security of your wireless network?" Go to the Mobile & Wireless Solutions Web site and submit your vote for a) Extremely concerned, b) Reasonably concerned, c) Mildly concerned, or d) Not concerned. http://www.mobile-and-wireless.com

5.

RESOURCES

TIP: ADD WORDS TO THE TABLET PC DICTIONARY Earlier this week, I met with representatives of Microsoft's Tablet PC development team. I'll have more on that meeting in a future column, but in the meantime, I want to pass on a tip. It's a weird tip, but I'm told it works.

Handwriting recognition is one of the Tablet PC's core features. A proper dictionary is crucial to the success of handwriting recognition (or any other kind of recognition). If you write a word that isn't in the Tablet PC dictionary, the Tablet PC won't recognize it. Instead, the device will use what its dictionary does contain to take a best guess at the word. This flaw is irritating at best, and for users in medical or technical fields that use special vocabularies, it can render the recognizer essentially useless.

Fortunately, a workaround exists. The Tablet PC folks have evidently borrowed some of their technology from Microsoft Word. For speech recognition, the Tablet PC recognizer uses the same dictionary that Word uses. So, if you install the speech-recognition feature in Word, which lets you extend its dictionary, you automatically obtain the ability to expand the Tablet PC dictionary.

* EVENT HIGHLIGHT: INDOOR NETWORKS PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE March 13 through 14, 2003 Las Vegas, Nevada

Indoor Networks Principles & Practice is a 2-day training course for engineers, technicians, and systems administrators tasked with any aspect of in-building wireless-communications network design, deployment, or maintenance. Hundreds of millions of users rely on cellular and wireless LAN (WLAN) coverage in and around buildings, yet the design methodologies and techniques have yet to be finely honed. This course will provide you with all the information you need to make decisions regarding design, equipment selection, field testing, benchmarking, antenna selection, and archiving the identity and location of all installed hardware. After the Las Vegas dates, the course will be offered in other major North American cities throughout the year, including New Orleans; Chicago; Washington, DC; Boston; and San Francisco. For further information, go to the event site at the following URL. http://www.wirelessvalley.com/services/principlesandpractice.asp

For other upcoming events, check out the Windows & .NET Magazine Event Calendar. http://www.winnetmag.com/events/calendar

6.

NEW AND IMPROVED

(contributed by Carolyn Mader, products@winnetmag.com)

* ENTER PDA DATA THROUGH A KEYBOARD ALTERNATIVE Avaion released FatFinger 2.3, software that provides finger-sized onscreen keyboards that you can use with any Palm OS application. The software is a data-entry alternative to Palm's Graffiti. FatFinger works with or in place of the existing Palm keyboard. You can download a 14-day trial version. A registered version costs $14.95. Contact Avaion at 763-559-7037 or sales@avaion.com. http://www.avaion.com

* EXTEND THE ENTERPRISE HELP DESK TO MOBILE TECHNICIANS Cingular Wireless and Computer Associates (CA) announced the integration of Cingular Wireless's Wireless Enterprise Platform and CA's Unicenter ServicePlus Service Desk into a combined solution to provide mobile access to enterprise Help desks. Mobile service desk staff can use Cingular voice and data networks to receive notification about new or escalated problems, access information about open items, and send messages to resolve problems. Contact Cingular Wireless at 866-246-4852 or CA at 631-342-6000. http://www.cingular.com http://www.ca.com

7.

CONTACT US

Here's how to reach us with your comments and questions:

* ABOUT MOBILE AND WIRELESS PERSPECTIVES -- jruley@winnetmag.com

* ABOUT THE NEWSLETTER IN GENERAL -- jbovberg@winnetmag.com (please mention the newsletter name in the subject line)

* TECHNICAL QUESTIONS -- http://www.winnetmag.net/forums

* PRODUCT NEWS -- products@winnetmag.com

* QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR MOBILE & WIRELESS UPDATE SUBSCRIPTION? Email Customer Support -- mobile_&_wirelessupdate@winnetmag.com

* WANT TO SPONSOR MOBILE & WIRELESS UPDATE? emedia_opps@winnetmag.com

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Receive the latest information about the Windows and .NET topics of your choice. Subscribe to our other FREE email newsletters. http://www.winnetmag.com/email

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