Few Bluetooth users realize that Bluetooth headsets can be hacked or otherwise exploited to a remote attacker the ability to record and inject audio through the headset while the device is not in an active call. SANS Institute author and senior instructor Joshua Wright demonstrates, and explains, the security vulnerability in this how-to. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how you can replicate this hack yourself, take a look.
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That gets darn technical, which I understood how to program more so I could try this. Anybody know a simple application that does this?
Oh no! Not a handful of codes a half a line long!
Why would you think forcing entry into a remote device wouldn't be "technical".
i'm sure somebody could make an app pretty easily if this is all just run from a bluetooth device, a nokia N series and some linux distro.
The drug deal behind his shoulder at 46 secs ftw!
anyone know the name of this linux work station?
hi their, i have a q, does any 1 know how to play the psp on the ps3
remote play let's you do the opposite (play ps3 on psp), but i don't think psp on ps3 is going to work.
why am i not surprised?
blue tooth technology is latest and being used in day to day life
No its not, Its been around for quite a while.... but it failed Big t
did he say you could talk into it too? that would be GREAT for pranks. people would think they were goin crazy!
did nt tell us how to get software
this look coll and easy but will this work on pc widows xp ?
He did not mention that in order to pair with a BT headset, you must first put the headset into discovery mode, usually by holding down certain buttons on the headset itself. How are you gonna do that to your target's device and still remain inconspicuous? That was obvious. Duh!!
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