Part 1: The talk will cram as much as possible about practical Bluetooth hacking into 50 min. Starting with an overview of the technology and how to operate in a Linux environment. Then onto obfuscation and surveillance. Tricks like spoofing Device Name and MAC Address for Bluetooth and port scanning. Then some practical attacks: dumping phone books, getting user names, sniffing traffic, cracking PINs, uploading files. I will demonstrate several tools I have written and some new tools I have yet to release. JP ".ronin" Dunning is a security consultant and researcher. His research interests include wireless and portable security, and he is the primary developer of Katana: Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite. He maintains www.hackfromacave.com for publishing projects and research.
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