Wardriving in Russia

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    Nimbo
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    Needs a powered attenna

    frogurtx
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    I can’t believe this is a real term. I first heard this in my IT class, freaking weird.

    tiki god
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    @frogurtx:
    You’ve seriously never heard of ‘wardriving’ before?

    Let me introduce you to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WarGames

    mightyattom
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    I’ve never heard of it either – it sounds violent to me! Hopefully people don’t resort to that.

    RSIxidor
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    I believe it was originated in the term “WarDialing” which is where people would set up phones to dial a series of numbers like mad to try to get access to a modem-connected computer system.

    sylvanish
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    Not to be confused with an activity I lovingly call Battle-Driving; where you and each of your miscreant friends go out and buy a throw-away car worth no more than $500 (USE A FAKE NAME), put $20 of gas in it (PAY WITH CASH and wear a simple disguise), and then: Race belligerently across town to a designated Point B. No license or plates/registration is allowed to be carried (but fake ones are permitted). Points are scored for doing damage to other peoples cars and/or forcing them off the road; but the rule of thumb (heh) is to (try to)… Read more »