After a user performed a war driving attack, the network administrator noticed several similar markings where
Wi-Fi was available throughout the enterprise. Which of the following is the term used to describe these
Rogue access points
War chalking is the act of making chalk marks on outdoor surfaces (walls, sidewalks, buildings, sign posts,
trees) to indicate the existence of an open wireless network connection, usually offering an Internet connection
so that others can benefit from the free wireless access. The open connections typically come from the access
points of wireless networks located within buildings to serve enterprises. The chalk symbols indicate the type of
access point that is available at that specific spot.