Bluetooth Sniffing | Bluetooth Vulnerabilities | InteliSecure

After the previous post Ubertooth – Open Source Bluetooth Sniffing, many have asked the question why? People can remember some of the original Bluetooth holes back between 2004-2008 but vulnerabilities are simply not common these days. Small list of vulnerabilities on Phones: Stealing Address Books from Nokia Phones. Remote Dialing 090* numbers. Blasting audio down headsets/car stereos. Depending on the Bluetooth implementation sometimes security and/or encryption is not applied.  As…

HOWTO: Using MBSA remotely

When it comes to performing a security assessment of Windows servers (SQL, ISA, IIS etc), the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) tool provides a good idea of the key security settings implemented on the Windows server being audited.   MBSA v2.1 One drawback though is MBSA v2.1 needs admin privileges on the remote Window server and offers no way of specifying alternate admin credentials in its GUI…what if you’re MBSA client…