Bluejacking


tanner27

New Member
Feb 15, 2009
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#1
Hey,

i'm currently carring out a research paper in bluejacking and have very little information on past crimes carried out using this method. If you have any information that may be relevant please past it on.
 

4Rensics

New Member
Feb 14, 2009
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#2
Google is your friend on this one.

BlueJacking is not really a crime, more of a nuisance, this is because there is no hacking involved in BlueJacking, its a case of sending contact info via Bluetooth, but instead of sending your contact directly, you send a modified version that your create specifically with your own message in it.
 

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