The Ubertooth One is an opensource Bluetooth test tool from Michael Ossmann. It is the world’s first affordable Bluetooth monitoring and development platform and is a fully open source product (both hardware and software). Commercial Bluetooth monitoring equipment starts at about $10,000. Project Ubertooth seeks to produce an affordable platform that can be used for Bluetooth monitoring and for the development of new Bluetooth and wireless technologies. Low-cost off-the-shelf Wi-Fi adapters have supported monitor mode for years, and the technique has found diverse uses in security research, troubleshooting, product development, intrusion detection, and more. Unfortunately, there has never been an equivalent tool for Bluetooth before Ubertooth One, a fully open source platform (both hardware and software). You can find out more about Project Ubertooth on my Michael Ossmann’s blog and at the project web site. Architecture RP-SMA RF connector: connects to test equipment,
Source: Ubertooth One
SELKS – A Suricata based IDS/IPS distro
The RTL-SDR software defined radio can be used to analyze cellular phone GSM signals, using Linux based tools GR-GSM (or Airprobe) and Wireshark. This tutorial shows how to set up these tools for use with the RTL-SDR. Example – Analysing GSM with RTL-SDR Software Defined Radio Here is a screenshot and video showing an example of…
MaidSafe’s distributed platform enables the creation of fast and secure applications that help ensure digital privacy, security and freedom for all.