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  1. #41  
    Quote Originally Posted by dj81462
    Everything you want to know about it. Funny .

    http://www.bluejackq.com/
    Nice! Thanks for the tip. I think that is super cool. I hope some stranger sends me a picture some time. I think it would be a funny surprize.

    Cool stuff.

    Now I just have to wait for my bluetooth GPS to come in and I'll be GeoCaching and maybe blueJacking at the same time.
    My dog is always hungry! He's like an eating machine. The Eating 650 with blue tooth.


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  2. #42  
    Quote Originally Posted by clownracer
    daaamn you guys are losers...again i didnt do this maliciously i sent this pic....

    real offensive i know F*** treocentral
    No you are the real loser. Dumping pics on people you don't even know for your own personal amusement!

    Then running here to revel in the act!

    You're just angry we won't give you a pat on the back for your annoying deed!

    What you did was WRONG, accept it.
  3. #43  
    Quote Originally Posted by dstrauss
    You are completely missing my point. Treocentral is a legitimate website, not a hackers convention, and to condone, or even justify, this sophomoric prank of bluejacking just flies in the face of legitimate users. Why not open up a warez thread and let's steal every developers software while we're at it.
    Uhhhhh... you mean like this one?
    Unlocked GSM Palm 650.
  4. #44  
    Quote Originally Posted by dstrauss
    This is one where I have to agree fully with ZAT. Pass it off as a harmless prank if you want, but the end result WILL be regulation. There are already experiments going out there to "bluejack" for advertising purposes
    ... which is EXACTLY why we need gray hats hacking around this stuff so we can figure out in advance how to stop it when Coke is trying to Bluejack me. If I pretend bluejacking doesn't exist, the day Coke does it to me, I'll have no idea what to do. This actually extends to a lot of principles, but this is a great example.

    The solution is not ignorance by regulation - the bad guys WILL learn everythign eventually. The answer is learning security and forcing manufacturers to be truly secure.
  5. #45  
    Quote Originally Posted by NSiNSiNSi
    ... which is EXACTLY why we need gray hats hacking around this stuff so we can figure out in advance how to stop it when Coke is trying to Bluejack me. If I pretend bluejacking doesn't exist, the day Coke does it to me, I'll have no idea what to do. This actually extends to a lot of principles, but this is a great example.

    The solution is not ignorance by regulation - the bad guys WILL learn everythign eventually. The answer is learning security and forcing manufacturers to be truly secure.
    I concur.

    Also, I think that if clownracer wanted to be legit about it he should have at least told the nokia guy what he was up to after he bluejacked him and maybe even helped him secure his phone. Then he could have had his fun, improved the guys security and relieved is mind.
  6. #46  
    Quote Originally Posted by clownracer
    daaamn you guys are losers...again i didnt do this maliciously i sent this
    real offensive i know F*** treocentral
    I know what you mean Clown, It boggles my mind how uptight some people are around here.....wow.
  7. #47  
    Thanks for the files!!
  8. #48  
    Quote Originally Posted by busyba
    Uhhhhh... you mean like this one?
    Very interesting that PunkAce is one of the participants in that thread as well - but I don't see how you equate what they were doing with malicious bluejacking, or sharing passwords, or unprotecting software, etc.
    Remember, the "P" in PDA stands for personal.
    If it works for you, it is "P"erfect.
  9. #49  
    Everyone pull their panties out of their cameltoe and settle down.. Sound like a bunch of wussies. They're not doing any malicious "hacking" ..


  10. #50  
    Quote Originally Posted by Joebar
    Everyone pull their panties out of their cameltoe and settle down.. Sound like a bunch of wussies. They're not doing any malicious "hacking" ..
    Thank-you Joebar for that moment of clarity....
  11. #51  
    Quote Originally Posted by dstrauss
    Very interesting that PunkAce is one of the participants in that thread as well - but I don't see how you equate what they were doing with malicious bluejacking, or sharing passwords, or unprotecting software, etc.
    Dstrauss: What exactly is meant by that? It's interesting how? that I am a participant in what? Just curious why you are calling (singling) me out?
  12. #52  
    Quote Originally Posted by chonkey
    Also, I think that if clownracer wanted to be legit about it he should have at least told the nokia guy what he was up to after he bluejacked him and maybe even helped him secure his phone. Then he could have had his fun, improved the guys security and relieved is mind.
    And that is the big difference here.

    A White hat hacker would notify the affected party to help them secure things. Maybe send a message like "your bluetooth connection is not secure, turn off discovery in your Bluetooth settings".

    But jacking without helping to secure things simply is fiendish. And it is these kinds of jackers that give the justification for any regulation. I'm no fan of regulation, but childish acts like this give justification to those who create the regulations. And also gives service providers justification to hobble Bluetooth capabilities.
  13. #53  
    Clownracer - thanks for bringing this up. Never heard of it. Funny.

    Somehow we all survived short-sheeting beds, wedgies, and rolling yards. Remember "pranks"?
  14. #54  
    Quote Originally Posted by Joebar
    Everyone pull their panties out of their cameltoe and settle down.. Sound like a bunch of wussies. They're not doing any malicious "hacking" ..
    Comment as vulgar as ever...
  15. #55  
    Quote Originally Posted by dlbrummels
    Comment as vulgar as ever...
    Thx for the encouragement.


  16. #56  
    No problem...
  17. #57  
    <Homer> Mmmmm cameltoe
    <Marge> Shaddup Homey or I'll jack you with my Bluedoo
  18. #58  
    what a bunch of panties in a bunch turds. clownracer i think it's awesome what you did and even if i didn't i would say i did just to spite these idiots who are going on an on about how this crap you did was wrong. hey if you didn't secure your phone, it's your own damn fault. so many prissy losers in here i hope you all get jacked.
  19. #59  
    Frankly, I don't see it as "hacking" at all. If you leave your windows down and your sunroof open while you go into the store and I drop a pic of my dog in to your car seat, have I done anything wrong?

    You can't charge someone with breaking and entering if you left the front door open...

    The point is that don't be pissed at someone else because you left your shorts down.
  20. #60  
    Quote Originally Posted by dethman
    what a bunch of panties in a bunch turds. clownracer i think it's awesome what you did and even if i didn't i would say i did just to spite these idiots who are going on an on about how this crap you did was wrong. hey if you didn't secure your phone, it's your own damn fault. so many prissy losers in here i hope you all get jacked.
    Sounds like the criminal that feels he can rob a house because the doors were unlocked .

    Pranks on your friends is one thing, pranks on total strangers is an annoyance. If someone wanted you to bother their phone they'd ask you first! And NO an Bluetooth setting is NOT an invitation!
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