wardriving

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wardriving

(security)
(From wardialer in the "carrier scanner" sense of that word) To drive around with a laptop with a wireless card, and an antenna, looking for accessible wireless networks.
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The system detects all types of wireless intrusions, including war-driving attacks, denial of service attacks (DoS), impersonation attacks, and the use of automated attack tools.