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    Default Sniffing DECT Phones with BackTrack

    BIG FAT HAIRY NOTE: IT IS ILLEGAL TO RECORD PHONE CONVERSATIONS IN MANY COUNTRIES. For a list of state privacy laws in the US, click here and here. Thanks to 5m7x, dedected is soon to be added to the BackTrack repositories. In our internal tests, the standard AT&T cordless phone was found not to use encryption. [...]

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    Interesting. I presume this needs a more specialist receiver though, not just a wifi card?

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    Correct!
    A card like this:
    https://dedected.org/trac/wiki/COM-ON-AIR

    Check out more here:
    https://dedected.org/trac/wiki

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    That's both a pro and a on I presume. The con is: I have to buy/borrow a card to try it, and then probably never use it again until I come across a company using dect phones.

    The pro: little timmie the scriptkiddie can't tap my phone

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    Default gnuradio

    thanks muts. it is very interest topic . in last weeks i was add gnuradio to BT.
    gnuradio is a free software development toolkit that provides the signal processing runtime and processing blocks to implement software radios using readily-available, low-cost external RF hardware and commodity processors.

    to work with gnuradio you must have this receiver USRP2.

    the good news for me and any python guys that is GNU Radio applications are primarily written using the Python programming language.

    in any case I am not geek in this domain . but I have some tries .

    lastly. I hope add some thing useful to this topic .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fancy View Post
    Before a couple of month, this card was sale on ebay for about 20$,
    now the price is at round 200$. Glad to catch one before the price explodes

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    Quote Originally Posted by St3f@n View Post
    Before a couple of month, this card was sale on ebay for about 20$,
    now the price is at round 200$. Glad to catch one before the price explodes
    You got lucky then hah. I don't think many companies in the USA use DECT phones.. Correct me if I am wrong though.
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    Hi, just an idea came to me today. I do not have laptop with PCMCIA slot. So would be possible to use suported DECT card pluged into USB 2.0 to PCMCIA adaptor / Card Reader NIB? I mean use with dedected. If anyone can try or know it its possible please len me know.

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    USB to PCMCIA adaptor doesnt work. Expresscard to PCMCIA adaptor doesnt work also.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michaetito View Post
    Hi, just an idea came to me today. I do not have laptop with PCMCIA slot. So would be possible to use suported DECT card pluged into USB 2.0 to PCMCIA adaptor / Card Reader NIB? I mean use with dedected. If anyone can try or know it its possible please len me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith55 View Post
    USB to PCMCIA adaptor doesnt work. Expresscard to PCMCIA adaptor doesnt work also.
    And using an expresscard? no adaptor

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