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Woooooowwwww!!! nessus r0x!
Hack it or STFU.
On 5/14/07, winsoc winsoc <email@example.com> wrote:
> Your Bluetooth nonsense is getting kind of boring.
> By the way, you should check out security more close to home:
> website Vulnerable to:
> 1 PHP Tend_Hash_Del_Key_Or_Index vulnerability
> 2 PHP HTML Entity Encoder Heaper Overflow Vulnerability
> 3 Unfiltered Header Injection in Apache 1.3.34/2.0.57/2.2.1
> 4 Apache Mode_Rewrite Off-By-One Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
> dude, you should go back to reading comics and stop wasting our time
> Dear List,
> I'd like to announce the immediate availability of BTcrack Heisec Release.
> During the Heise Security Conference I released and demoed this version of
> BTcrack, the Heisec Conference is held in Munich THIS Tuesday 15th.
> BTcrack is a pairing handshake cracker against Bluetooth 1.0 - 2.0 for more
> information please resort to the Paper by Shaked and Wool and the website
> listed at the end of this E-mail.
> In cooperation with PicoComputing (http://www.picocomputing.com/) we added
> FPGA support to BTCrack 1.1 and increased the Software speed by 15% reaching
> 200.00 keys per second on a stock P4-Dual Core 2.0ghz
> Version 1.1 :
> [+] Added Priority Control
> [*] Fixed splash bug
> [+] Added FPGA Support
> [+] Speed increase (15%)
> P4 2Ghz - Dual Core 200.000 keys/sec
> E12 @ 50Mhz 7.600.000 keys/sec
> E12 @ 75Mhz 10.000.000 keys/sec
> E14 30.000.000 keys/sec
> Thanks and Credits :
> David Hulton
> Eric Sesterhen
> Myself (Thierry Zoller)
> Download is available here :
> Thierry Zoller
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