Raspberry Pi makes wardriving cooler

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http://www.linuxandlife.com – Wardriving is the act of searching for Wifi networks by a someone on a vehicle, using a laptop, smartphone or personal digital assistant. A 22 year old IT security consultant and motorcycle enthusiast from New Zealand, Denis Andzakovic, has taken wardriving to a new level of coolness, with the help of the mighty tiny Raspberry Pi. In addition to his Suzuki Boulevard M50 with two routers, wireless sniffing and attack tools, GPS and a netbook that is able to detect wireless access points and plot them on Google Maps, Denis embedded a Raspberry Pi to his helmet mounted heads up display. The t (Distributions)