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    Well This semester is almost over! I asked my teacher if he had anything that I could look into during the summer that would keep me busy?

    He said look into Wifi sniffing and BT sniffing!

    Well I got the wifi covered, but what about Bluetooth?

    I found this: http://cgi.ebay.com/Advanced-Linksys...2em118Q2el1247

    The normal dongle is about $50.00 so this modification hes doing for the antenna is 100% Markup.

    Is it worth it? Would this be a good BT sniffer?

    (Also I read that paper on Remote-Exploits website on BT sniffers and how hard they are go get, thats why im asking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by >Dart> View Post
    Well This semester is almost over! I asked my teacher if he had anything that I could look into during the summer that would keep me busy?
    He said look into Wifi sniffing and BT sniffing!
    Well I got the wifi covered, but what about Bluetooth?
    I found this: http://cgi.ebay.com/Advanced-Linksys...2em118Q2el1247
    The normal dongle is about $50.00 so this modification hes doing for the antenna is 100% Markup.
    Is it worth it? Would this be a good BT sniffer?
    (Also I read that paper on Remote-Exploits website on BT sniffers and how hard they are go get, thats why im asking...
    Try here:
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=10103

    See if that helps
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    Ok, Good news, I found this link: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...ight=Bluetooth

    Bad news, theres no dongle like that on ebay...

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    Hey guys

    First thing http://cgi.ebay.com/Advanced-Linksys...2em118Q2el1247 will be a Broadcom chipset and will be useless You may as well go buy any other dongle for $10

    You are looking for the CSR BC0* * = 2,3,4 chipset. I suggest you research abit more before jumping in.

    Quote Originally Posted by ebay_numty
    We include a Class 1 USB Bluetooth adapter manufactured by Linksys that has been professionally modified with the addition of an RP-SMA connector allowing connection of an external +5 dBi omni directional folding antenna.


    That bit made me laugh I've never seen a "Professional" modified bluetooth dongle with a great big cable tie holding the cable

    EDIT

    Sorry I didn't post a alternative dongle.

    For UK and Europe

    Fujitsu Siemens Bluetooth v2.0

    CSR BC04-EXT
    SMA Connector mod completed and I'm now testing before posting tutorial

    http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=f...firefox-a&um=1

    For USA

    eb502-HCI

    SMA Connector
    CSR BC04-EXT

    NOTE: Might be worth buying a little plastic project box and installing this adapter inside that. Then putting on ebay for $300 dollars hehehe
    Project Box
    http://www.a7eng.com/miva/merchant.m...=eb502-HCI-KT1

    D-Link DBT-120

    CSR BC02_EXT

    http://www.google.com/products?hl=en...&um=1&ie=UTF-8

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    Well I dont know about plastic box idea...but hey, I might try it some day (I say that a lot). As for the D-Link DBT-120, That looks good, but whats the range on that thing?

    Also where can I get the CSR Updated Firmware for it? If thats the upgradeable sniffer type dongle?
    (I think ill search the form later)

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    LOL you say it like its a big mission to glue the thing into a box

    Range on the D-Link adapter is irrelevant when it comes down to sniffing bluetooth packets. Range for bluetooth "sniffing" is about 6 to 12 inches from the master I'm afraid. When the weather gets abit better I hope to do some research with long range sniffing

    I have added a sma connector to a bluetooth dongle and I'm just waiting for my amp and antenna to turn up.

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    And you think that box would really fit the card? That has a external connector. I would think I would get a better range with that one then the D-Link....? But i still am hesitant when it comes to arts-and-crafts project....

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