Change your bluetooth device mac-address

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You can download bdaddr here: bdaddr. If you can’t get bdaddr installed to your Linux distribution BackTrack 4 has bdaddr on /pentest/bluetooth/bluesmash/tools directory. I installed bdaddr to my eeepc (running ubuntu) but I couldn’t change any bt mac with that but Dell Latitude D430 and Backtrack worked like a […]

Bluetooth hacking with Redfang

Searching hidden bluetooth devices with software called redfang. This little tool will find hidden bluetooth devices but it will take a lots of time because it scan through every address from given range. Example range 00803789EE76-00803789EEff (138 address(es)) take about 50 minutes to scan. You can download redfang here: redfang.2.5.tar.gz

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WarDriving: MacBook Pro

Software: KisMAC 0.21A

Bluetooth GPS: Nokia LD-3W

LapTop / OperatingSystem: MacBook Pro / Mac OS X v10.5.6 Leopard

Getting BlueTooth GPS working with MacBook Pro and KisMAC was pain in the ass. When I get it work OK KisMAC would crash after couple of seconds.

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BlueTooth: Playing with it

Searching bluetooth devices is pretty easy. You can use tools like ghettotooth.sh or btscanner on pc or example bloover on your phone.of course there is a lots of other programs too but I have used to use those tools.

Bluetooth with command line tools

ghettotooth.sh

http://www.petrilopia.net/ghettotooth.sh

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WarDriving: Asus EeePC

I have done wardriving for a long time and there has been a huge increase in amount of wireless networks from when I started to now a days. When I started wardriving I had to drive around my local city, Helsinki and around there to get about thousands networks to our netstumbler or […]