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Old 12-27-2007, 02:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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There are lots of bluetooth hacking programs out there that allow you to connect to another persons phone who's using bluetooth and do various things.
All the programs I've found so far only run on normal generic cellphones.

Does anyone know of any bluetooth hacking software that runs on the blackberry?
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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nope, sure don't.

You think the CIA and FBI are using BBs because some yahoo can come "hack" their BB bluetooth and get the codes to destroy the planet?

No.
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You're not going to find much help here if you're wanting to hack the BB.
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I wanna hack some armadillos. Do you have the code for that?
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Old 12-27-2007, 02:50 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Ha ha!!! I hear Lunk will do it but he's not cheap!!

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Old 12-27-2007, 02:59 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Look! It's a bloody armadillo
Last night that I used as a pillow
Dreaming dreams of armadillo
And guess what wakes up next to me
Please take away this armadillo
'Cause I ain't that kind of fellow
Sweet and sour armadillo
Mmmm it's just the taste for me

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Old 12-27-2007, 03:43 PM   #7 (permalink)
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There are lots of bluetooth hacking programs out there that allow you to connect to another persons phone who's using bluetooth and do various things.
All the programs I've found so far only run on normal generic cellphones.

Does anyone know of any bluetooth hacking software that runs on the blackberry?
As someone that's done EXTENSIVE work in the wireless and Bluetooth fields while doing security penetration work, there is no software that will run on a Blackberry that will allow you to crack with it. The blackberry isn't designed for something like that on purpose. Just because it runs on other cell phones doesn't mean it will work on the blackberry. You need to remember that the blackberry was built with security in mind.
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Old 12-27-2007, 04:32 PM   #8 (permalink)
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As someone that's done EXTENSIVE work in the wireless and Bluetooth fields while doing security penetration work, there is no software that will run on a Blackberry that will allow you to crack with it. The blackberry isn't designed for something like that on purpose. Just because it runs on other cell phones doesn't mean it will work on the blackberry. You need to remember that the blackberry was built with security in mind.
Thats what I figured. I doubt there's security built into the blackberry to prevent this, but rather my guess are the people developing the software don't have blackberrys so they don't care.

I got one of the apps to load but it gave a java runtime error. I'm sure it's possible.



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nope, sure don't.

You think the CIA and FBI are using BBs because some yahoo can come "hack" their BB bluetooth and get the codes to destroy the planet?

No.
You think the CIA and FBI are secure. HA
If you knew what I know, and you did highly sensitive things, you wouldn't use a blackberry. They're fine for normal people though.


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You're not going to find much help here if you're wanting to hack the BB.
Hack FROM, not to. Well, not necessary to.
I do penetration testing. It's my job to find weaknesses.
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.jond][/b]You think the CIA and FBI are secure. HA
If you knew what I know, and you did highly sensitive things, you wouldn't use a blackberry. They're fine for normal people though.
Tell them. I was with a couple recently, and they seem to think they are secure.
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Old 12-27-2007, 04:50 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I do penetration testing. It's my job to find weaknesses.
Some guys have all the fun. Any openings in your company?
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Old 12-27-2007, 04:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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All the guys flying Black Helicopters use BlackBerrys. I bet .jond knew that.

Yes .jond, hackers don't have BlackBerrys.

MF15P?
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As far as the security on the Blackberry is I can't vouch for that, but a bluetooth connection is just that after.

I am not sure about a piece of software to hack to the connection/device but you can google "Bluetooth Sniper" somewhere on the net you actually find out how to biuld it, so as a pre-caution you always want to have encryption enabled. What it does is record the data transfered during the connection, but it shouldn't effect the integrity of the device itself.
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Thats what I figured. I doubt there's security built into the blackberry to prevent this, but rather my guess are the people developing the software don't have blackberrys so they don't care.

I got one of the apps to load but it gave a java runtime error. I'm sure it's possible.

You think the CIA and FBI are secure. HA
If you knew what I know, and you did highly sensitive things, you wouldn't use a blackberry. They're fine for normal people though.


Hack FROM, not to. Well, not necessary to.
I do penetration testing. It's my job to find weaknesses.
OMG. This is quite possibly the funniest post I've read all year.

I know plenty of people who are so NOT normal who use Blackberry devices. Maybe they have figured out how to penetrate them. And they probably took video and posted it on YouTube. Right next to Paris Hilton's video.

Oh, this will make me laugh for a long time.....

You might want to at least take the tin foil off before 'they' find you
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Old 12-27-2007, 09:10 PM   #14 (permalink)
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.jond is obviously a real high up in the food chain with these agencies so I can only guess he knows what he is talking about.

NOT.
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Getting an app to load and getting it to run are two very different things.
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I do penetration testing. It's my job to find weaknesses.
As do I, for both the private and public sectors. This is not the place to talk about my background but it can't be done from the blackberry. There has been many people that have tried in both sectors.
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i found a program called super bluetooth hack but its a .jar and i cant converted
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i found a program called super bluetooth hack but its a .jar and i cant converted
problem is you have to accept the connection on the device you are trying to connect to. you can install all the apps you want on your device, but you are not connecting with mine unless i let you. not much of a hack.
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Blackberrys are designed for grown-ups so a lot of this Nokia/SE "haxoring" stuff just doesn't exist for the platform. If you want to be a l33t hax0r, go for something with the Symbian s60 operating system. Now if you'll excuse me, I have work to do.
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Blackberrys are designed for grown-ups so a lot of this Nokia/SE "haxoring" stuff just doesn't exist for the platform. If you want to be a l33t hax0r, go for something with the Symbian s60 operating system. Now if you'll excuse me, I have work to do.
you could always go after the iPhone since its going to be the "target of 2007"
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