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'Wardriving': Hacking Wireless Networks in L.A.

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'Wardriving': Hacking Wireless Networks in L.A.

'Wardriving': Hacking Wireless Networks in L.A.

'Wardriving': Hacking Wireless Networks in L.A.

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Day to Day technology expert Xeni Jardin goes "wardriving" — hunting for wireless Internet networks that might be vulnerable to security breaches. As wireless network technology becomes increasingly popular, users still seem unwilling to outfit their networks with proper security to protect their information from hackers.