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Attacking computers over Bluetooth
From: Chris Byrd <cbyrd01 () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 10:14:37 -0500

I have been able to locate a lot of information about attacking
devices such as phones and PDAs via Bluetooth, including a lot of
great information at trifinite.org.  What I am unable to determine is
the extent to which a computer can be compromised using the same

Does anyone on the list have experience pentesting Bluetooth enabled
computers?  To what extent is a computer that has built in Bluetooth
or an add-in adapter at risk?



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