Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of war-drive.
  • n. The act of searching for a Wi-Fi wireless network while driving a motor vehicle

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When Google isn't war-driving your neighborhood, it's eyeing new platforms to dominate: first PCs, then smartphones, now television.

    You don't know tech: The InfoWorld news quiz

  • Question 7: When Google isn't war-driving your neighborhood, it's eyeing new platforms to dominate: first PCs, then smartphones, now television.

    You don't know tech: The InfoWorld news quiz

  • Some can "war drive" and look for unsecured connections, hard to catch these criminals, they're super savvy, and remain fairly undetected if you're smart enough to move around, use Internet cafes, war-driving, etc.

    Live from “Norton Cyber Crime Day” | Sync Blog

  • Those tactics may impress your "idiot" neighbors, but the guy war-driving by wasn't impressed in the least. he might be appreciative though.

    WEP Cracking Redux: Beyond The Command Line | Lifehacker Australia

  • Because -- and this is the point of all that war-driving and - chalking and node-stumbling -- when you get used to wireless, the experience feels more and more like a God-given right.

    I Was A Wi-Fi Freeloader

  • The trendy activity these days among wireless geeks is something called war-driving.

    I Was A Wi-Fi Freeloader

  • Returning to their hi-tech HQs in the high-rent districts of New York, London and/or Paris, the war-driving teams remove the HDs and position them in special units holding banks of other hard-drives, also stolen from wicked file sharers who, of course, deserve everything they get.

    War-driving mp3 thieves

  • Pete Shipley – who created the first automated network security scanner (NetSweep) in the mid-80s – originally came up with the term and the guys over at wardriving. com say these are the bones of a decent war-driving set up:

    Remember The Naked Lunch?

  • You would be better off doing a little war-driving or just find a wireless cyber-cafe or something similar rather than pay for something which you should surely suspect to be exorbitant before using it in the 1st place.

    Mobile phone rip-offs

  • Here's an offensively hysterical article about war-driving and open 802.11 networks.

    Boing Boing: January 13, 2002 - January 19, 2002 Archives

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