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Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing Cookbook by Sean-Philip Oriyano

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How to do it...

In order to carry out a Bluesmack attack we are going to use a part of the built-in BlueZ stack to make things happen. This can be a very effective attack against a Bluetooth device, it can effectively leave the victim no choice but to shut off their device, their Bluetooth, or move out of range.

  1. First, let's use hciconfig at the Terminal to confirm that our Bluetooth adapter is on and recognized:
    hciconfig 

The results of the command will look something like the following screenshot:

From this screenshot you can see that the Bluetooth adapter is labeled with an address (much like a MAC address on a physical network adapter). ...

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