The operating system was designed to help you conduct a thorough analysis of your wireless network connection. Moreover, you can choose different preset scenarios.
Beini is a small Linux distribution that offers a wide array of WiFi security audit instruments. The installation files come in the form of an ISO image that may be burned to a CD or USB flash drive. For example, you are able to use such Windows programs as Roxio Easy CD and DVD Burning, Amlogic USB Burning Tool, or Free ISO Burner.
The operating system is known for its speed and extensive list of wireless-supported devices and chipsets, including AR9271, Ralink, Atheros, and many more. In order to use different preset analysis scenarios and carry out your own wireless security audit, you need to use two included tools, namely Bib and Feedingbottle.
The first component serves as a WiFi scanner which measures the intensity of the signal and can discover networks in close proximity. The second is a packet injection utility that enables you to specify the wireless terminal card, the listening mode and the type of attack.
There are a lot of online tutorials that will explain Beini’s functions in-detail, but a lot of use cases are technically illegal as you should only use the OS and included instruments to assess the security of your own WiFi connection.
- free to download and use;
- compatible with modern Windows versions;
- enables you to analyze the state of your WiFi connection;
- you have the ability to scan for nearby wireless networks;
- it is possible to choose from a variety of preset scenarios.