Downloads of v 0.1
After a podcast discussion with Troy Hunt discussing how WiFi profiles for unsecured networks on your laptop or smartphone are vulnerable to spoofing, Scott wrote this utility to find and delete these profiles. You should definitely run this to clean up these values, because someone could imitate an unsecured network - and your device will happily connect to it without your knowledge.
To install Windows WiFi Manager, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco install wifi-manager
To upgrade Windows WiFi Manager, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:
C:\> choco upgrade wifi-manager
- This package was created prior to July 2014 - when package content started being included on the site. You can download and unzip the package or use Nuget Package Explorer to see the contents.
This package has no dependencies.
|Windows WiFi Manager 0.1||1115||Friday, June 7, 2013|
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