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    Default Bluetooth Keyboards Etc Vulnerable ??

    As a TSCM specialist i spend a great deal of time on search and destroy missions for "keystroke loggers" both software and hardware versions. I was wondering if it is possible to intercept transmissions between say a Bluetooth keyboard and a PC or a bluetooth printer and a PC ??

    Most of the info on this site seems to be directed at cellular phones and APs ...



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    Yes they are.
    I think its within 55 key presses you can guess the pass.

    and then from there keylog.

    The Remote Exploit guys have released a video of them carrying out a POC.

    Its amazing.

    Nothing is public yet except a very helpful PDF document which explains the concepts.

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    Where can I get this pdf ?? What is it called (Filename) ??


    Quote Originally Posted by anathema View Post
    Yes they are.
    I think its within 55 key presses you can guess the pass.

    and then from there keylog.

    The Remote Exploit guys have released a video of them carrying out a POC.

    Its amazing.

    Nothing is public yet except a very helpful PDF document which explains the concepts.
    "Better a lie they can believe, than a truth they can't." George Smiley

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    27Mhz based wireless security insecurities

    Author: Max Moser & Philipp Schroedel
    Date: 30.11.2007
    Whitepaper Download: Download 27_Mhz_keyboard_insecurities.pdf
    Demo Attack-Video: Click here to watch the video
    Research Presentation: Download our research 27Mhz_Analyzing.pdf presentation
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Default Thanks Shaman ...

    Thanks.
    I'll give them a look. Do you guys know anything about BT keyboards ??

    I suspect the RF power level is too low to intercept. But then that's what they said about cell phones
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