"All new Wi-Fi CERTIFIED products support WPA2
(AES-CCMP) security, but that's not enough to harden a WLAN against
attack. Breaches can still be caused by policy, configuration, and
coding mistakes, overly-friendly clients, or unauthorized APs.
Continuous surveillance and periodic assessments are important to
spot (and then patch!) these and other WLAN vulnerabilities.
"You can't conduct a thorough assessment with just one tool, no
matter how great the tool. A well-stocked pentest kit includes many
tools – some simple, some sophisticated; some free, some not.
Ultimately, the "best" toolkit depends on network size, risk
tolerance, budget, and personal preference. Commercial tools can
save time and effort, but they aren't for everyone. So here we list
our favorite free (open source or beggar-ware) wireless security