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September 30, 2005

Prague

Adam, Marcel and myself spent a busy week of testing and an even more busy week of beer drinking in Prague. I was in the lucky position to do sightseeing a lot, since Marcel took me to the SUSE Labs conference, which was shortly before the Prague UnplugFest. So I had a sightseeing tour with the SUSE/Novell-Linux guys and then again another sightseeing tour with the Bluetooth crowd. Unfortunately, it was two times the same tour... Lucky me.

You find quite a few pictures of Prague in the trifinite.album. Prague is a very nice city that I would recommend everyone to visit.

Posted by Martin Herfurt at 06:18 PM | Comments (0)

September 29, 2005

Bluetraq Mailing List

Beginning with today, there will be an additional information channel that informs people about Bluetooth security issues. Bluetraq is a moderated mailing list that everybody that is interested in the latest information about Bluetooth security issues can subscribe to.

This list is moderated by Collin Mulliner, Adam Laurie, Martin Herfurt and Marcel Holtmann.

More information on this can be found on the trifinite.lists page and on the lists.trifinite.org site

Posted by Martin Herfurt at 06:21 PM | Comments (0)

September 19, 2005

SyScan'05 in Bangkok

In the end of last month Adam, Marcel and I were invited to speak at SyScan'05. This was the first Asian security conference that we attended. Thomas Lim, the organizer of SyScan, did a very good job (especially in entertaining the speakers :-) ). There are quite a lot of pictures of this trip in the trifinite.album.
Enjoy

Posted by Martin Herfurt at 02:48 PM | Comments (0)

September 10, 2005

HeloMoto published

I finally got around to publishing the code for the HeloMoto attack, after verifying as far as possible that new Motorola devices are not vulnerable. This code will enable you to determine if your existing device is vulnerable. After planting an entry on the phone, try to connect with RFCOMM to channel 7 (this is correct for the V600 - may vary on other models). Now all we need is a logo! :)

Posted by Adam Laurie at 12:54 PM | Comments (0)