warchalking


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warchalking

n. making a mark in a location where a wireless interconnection is available. Since more and more Wi-Fi hot spots are available, warchaulking has become rare.
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See a chart of warchalking symbols by visiting SM Online.
E-commerce solicitor Charlotte Colman said: 'Many people have not heard of warchalking as it is relatively new in the UK, but businesses need to familiarise themselves with it and, more importantly, protect themselves against it.
Warchalking is the act of looking for these wireless networks and placing chalk symbols on walls and pavements to let people know where they can access the network.
Jeremy Beale, head of ebusiness for the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said yesterday: ``The CBI condemns warchalking as an implicit incitement to irresponsible and illegal acts.
But Ben Hammersley, a freelance writer who says he made the first chalk mark of the craze outside his house in London five weeks ago, said yesterday: ``The potential use of warchalking for hacking purposes has been highly overblown.
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West Midlands firms were yesterday warned about the latest high-tech threat to their operations - a new computer craze called warchalking.
Goel reports that those security issues included increasing incidents of warchalking, wardriving and warstorming, in which accessible 802.
THERE'S a new word doing the rounds you're going to be hearing a lot more of this year - warchalking.