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From: Giorgio Fedon (giorgio.fedongmail.com)
Date: Sun Apr 01 2007 - 11:37:48 CDT
I could understand that vendors are charging simple CSR dongles (19
dollars??) up to thousands of dollars.
But the way to publish a paper making a direct reference (if someone is
aware about the underlying piece of software he is talking about) to a
particular vendor it's not so cute. Maybe they have written their firmware.
Worse is to sustain the fact that the world need a better bluetooth sniffer,
using the information that can be found inside the warezed version of the
tool. The opensource community I think that is able to do it's own research
without software piracy.
2007/4/1, Kevin Finisterre (lists) <kf_listsdigitalmunition.com>:
> Giorgio if anything he is blowing the whistle on the vendors that
> charge a metric shit ton for a piece of hardware that is not necessary.
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