is used to draw symbols in public places to advertise open Wi-Fi networks.
Recreational exploration of other people's access points has become known as wardriving, and the leaving of grafiti describing available services as warchalking
Small business, including fast-food restaurants, often use wireless routers to run small networks and would be susceptible to similar warchalking
Jargon codes include warchalking
(symbols used to indicate the presence and type of wireless network signal [Warchalking
2003]), underground terminology, or an innocent conversation that conveys special meaning because of facts known only to the speakers.
is the practice of looking for wireless computer networks and making chalk marks (on walls and the ground) to indicate their locations so that others can more easily find them.
, (3) que consiste en caminar por la calle con un computador portatil dotado de una tarjeta WLAN, buscando la senal de puntos de acceso.
is another method of finding access points and making
Wi-fi and warchalking
have gone hand in band almost from the beginning, though the latter only acquired this name fairly recently.