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Ubertooth

As of 2015-02-23, this project may now be found at https://github.com/greatscottgadgets/ubertooth.

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A 2.4 GHz wireless development board suitable for Bluetooth experimentation. Open source hardware and software.

This project has moved to GitHub - https://github.com/greatscottgadgets/ubertooth

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    I've followed this project since the beginning. Great work, tough work put into it by a handful of dedicated people. The code has evolved over time, it's simpler and easier to install (even on windows!) and has many features, some you might not realize because you have to dig through the different readme, and sometimes the code just to see what you can supply at the command line. I was super impressed when I was able to make a 3D graph of the waveforms using gnuplot and the first time it was able to successfully give me the hidden portion of a bluetooth address. There are guides out there to install it, but if you have trouble you can always try the freenode irc channel. you can guess the name of that, i think.

    Posted 01/02/2014
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    I've followed this project since the beginning. Great work, tough work put into it by a handful of dedicated people. The code has evolved over time, it's simpler and easier to install (even on windows!) and has many features, some you might not realize because you have to dig through the different readme, and sometimes the code just to see what you can supply at the command line. I was super impressed when I was able to make a 3D graph of the waveforms using gnuplot and the first time it was able to successfully give me the hidden portion of a bluetooth address. There are guides out there to install it, but if you have trouble you can always try the freenode irc channel. you can guess the name of that, i think.

    Posted 01/02/2014
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    A lot of hard work was put into this project. Ubertooth and its father gr-bluetooth for real make the first open source Bluetooth sniffer. Thank you guys for such an awesome work.

    Posted 01/05/2013
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Intended Audience

Science/Research, Advanced End Users, Developers

Programming Language

Python, C++, C

Registered

2010-10-19

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