Category Archives: privacy

Bluetooth not secure! Surprised?

I remember when the hoopla was about radio scanners eavesdropping on analog cordless phones. Every new technology seems to introduce a new way to violate our privacy. This little gem seems to allow capturing or recording audio while a bluetooth device is not actually in a call. This would mean that you can eavesdrop from room-to-room or with a laptop, from car-to-car at a stoplight even when someone is not using their bluetooth headset.

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http://www.security-hacks.com/2007/05/25/essential-bluetooth-hacking-tools

Here is a link to a video demonstrating the bluetooth hack.

http://www.hackszine.com/blog/archive/2007/12/eavesdropping_on_bluetooth_hea.html

AT&T Invents Programming Language for Mass Surveillance

From the company that brought you the C programming language comes Hancock, a C variant developed by AT&T researchers to mine gigabytes of the company’s telephone and internet records for surveillance purposes.

They’ll know we are in a “Community of Interest” before

we do.

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