Bluetooth ddos or override

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Bluetooth ddos or override

Post by the_troll_hacker on Mon Nov 21, 2016 5:31 am
([msg=93120]see Bluetooth ddos or override[/msg])

Hello world!

I need help with a little stuff. In my city, there are some unkind persons that use to play horrible music in the underground using speakers, with volume at max, so it´s quite annoying. The worst is they are very aggresive, so you can´t just ask them to turn off the music. :|
Well, my question is if it is possible to override their connection and take control of the speaker, or create a ddos attack by sending broadcast packets or something as that. :mrgreen:

Thanks you for reading!

(Sorry for my name, I create my account long time ago, but I have changged)
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Re: Bluetooth ddos or override

Post by limdis on Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:09 am
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Interesting little project idea. You're going to have a rough time though. Bluetooth by design uses Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS). Which means you are going to have a very difficult time targeting the specific speakers in question. You could always try and flood the entire 2.4 GHz band but then nobody is going to have wireless internet at all (or a shitty connection). Which would be hilarious but also highly illegal.

I'd love to hear from someone else on this.
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