- "Laze targets for the Stryker armored vehicle. Battle in the 'burbs house to house, room to room."
- — Spec Ops description
The Infinity Ward best time for Wardriving is 3 minutes 25.25 seconds.
The player must enter houses and download enemy intelligence from three houses, all of which are guarded by the enemy. The player has the Stryker "Honey Badger" as assistance to help mop up enemy soldiers. An ammo crate is near the player's starting position to help them restock on ammo and grenades when needed.
Each house has either claymores, Sentry Guns or a mix of the two (the big house has both claymores and sentry guns). Once the intelligence is interacted with, Overlord will inform the player that an enemy strike force is on their way to stop the download. The enemies have wireless jammers; if they get close to the intelligence, Overlord will inform the player that the enemy has interrupted the download and the player must manually restart it (no files are lost).
Once the download is complete, Overlord will inform players of it, and task them with obtaining the remaining intelligence. Once the final intelligence is received, Honey Badger will return to its starting position, and players must return to it to complete the Special Ops. Enemies will continually attack until the player reaches Honey Badger.
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These weapons can be found with and without attachments.
- Wardriving is a networking term, when a person or group drives around a suburban or urban area, marking down all of the non-secured wireless access points, or networks, and where they are located. This is correct as this mission is to download unmarked hostile intelligence.
- If the player doesn't use the laser designator, Foley will give the player an explanation about painting the targets. This is a reused sound file that can be heard in "Exodus".