Wardriving is the act of searching for Wi-Fiwireless networks, usually from a moving vehicle, using a laptop or smartphone. Software for wardriving is freely available on the internet.
Wardriving might seem like a thing of the past. However, security specialists still use it to research Wi-Fi security. Data accumulated in such a manner is valuable and helps detect common mistakes and drawbacks. It also helps understand how open Wi-Fi networks protect their users (or don’t).
🍏How wardriving can affect you🍏
Wardriving couldenable hackers to gain access to any device connected to your home network. Hackers that access your network through wardriving may be able to engage in malicious activities like installing malware on your home computer and other connected devices.
❤️🔥Safety Guide ❤️🔥
Stay safe when using a public access point or an open wifi network
🥶Use a firewall.
🥶Always use VPN.
🥶When transferring sensitive information, make sure the site is using SSL (look for the HTTPS in the address bar).
🥶When on a public, unsecured network, I’d be leery of using credit cards or accessing your bank, etc.
🥶Don’t leave your wireless card on when you’re not using it.
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