This time on Hak5 we venture back to DC for Shmoocon and meet up with Michael Ossmann of GreatScottGadgets.com to find out about project Ubertooth – a custom hardware device for sniffing and injecting bluetooth packets. Then Shannon finds out the latest from Hackers For Charity with our good friend Johnny Long. Look out for even more Shmoocon coverage next week as we wrap up Hak5 season 8.

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10 Comments

  • nice…but the audio dropped out during the interview with Michael Ossmann @6:40

  • magfal 3 years ago

    You could discover nondiscoverable bluetooth with an old sony ericsson k700i and combine the information gathered too mess with hidden bluetooth back in the day.

  • Remind Johnny Long he still owes me a tshirt ordered last August :)

  • Hey, did the format changes mess up the TiVo feed? This weeks has not show up on there yet, but all my other shows did.

  • Brandon "Way too late" bachman 3 years ago

    Maybe them kids in Uganda should stop using Windows 98!

    Sorry, I know they’re old stock photos. But c’mon! Canonical’s an African upstart! There should be a Ubuntu in everybody’s hard drive by now…

    • Conzales 3 years ago

      I totally agree. Learning what OSS is all about to kids all over the world would be a much better thing!

  • nmssystems 3 years ago

    My sound did not drop out in this video. Interesting things about how Bluetooth did not really have any security other than the Bluetooth not being able to be scanned by other devices. I guess it is like turning off the broadcast SSID option on the Wireless AP and calling that security. I did find this article on Bluetooth security that talks about how it is up to the vendor or OEM of the Bluetooth device to implement security in there Bluetooth devices.

    http://www.bluetooth.com/English/Technology/Works/Pages/Security.aspx

  • jsmith 3 years ago

    This is insaneeeeee! look at how much has changed since 2000. this is an OLD thread talking about what you would do with 10,000 to build a computer lol WOW we are lucky.

    http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=375199