With some basic skills and a couple hundred bucks, you can build your own Bluetooth rifle, just like the guys at Flexilis. However, at this point, you are probably asking yourself, "Where do I get the software and how do I configure it?" In Part 2 of this article, we will explore how to install various open-source and never-before-released Bluetooth sniffing and attack tools on the Gumstix computer.
We will also interview the Flexilis staff on what their custom software is capable of doing. As John Hering says, "Our goal is to make the public more aware of wireless security issues and bad policies. Bluetooth is wide open and most people have no idea what can be done to their devices."
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