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Bluetooth Security
From: "ROB DIXON" <rdixon () workforcewv org>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 17:41:30 -0500

Hello everyone,
 
New guy here.
 
 
My concern is Bluetooth security.

My company is looking to purchase phones for everyone.
 
Since most cell phone companies wont admit there is a problem, I am not finding alot of info on counter measures for 
bluetooth hacking in any form. Other than the obvious, have it turned off by default. ;)
 
My question is:
 
 
Are their "specific" bluetooth security features I should look for?
 
I plan to ask for phones with the feature disabled by default.
 
How far can I go with it?
 
 
 
Thanks,  
 
 
New Guy


Robert L. Dixon,  CSO
CHFI A+
Netware/GroupWise Administrator
State of West Virginia's 
Office of Techonology
Infrastructure Applications
Telephone: (304)-558-5472 ex.4225 
Cellphone: (304)-549-2068
Email:rdixon () workforcewv org

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