Earlier we have talked a lot about Ubertooth. Recently the author has released the last version. Ubertooth is an open source 2.4 GHz wireless development platform suitable for passive bluetooth monitoring. It aims to be the world’s first open source and affordable bluetooth monitoring and development platform. It contains both – hardware and software.
Official Change Log:-
- ToorCon 13 Badge: This is a special Ubertooth design made for ToorCon 13. Hardware design files and firmware source code are part of Project Ubertooth. For more information, see: http://greatscottgadgets.com/tc13badge/
- Pogoprog update: The hardware design has been updated. It now uses Micro USB, has a secondary pin header, a more ergonomic PCB shape, and other small changes. Pogoprog can be used to write firmware to the LPC175x on all Ubertooth designs as well as the R8C microcontroller on the ToorCon 13 Badge.
- ubertooth-dump -f: The -f option tells ubertooth-dump to output the full USB data stream, not just the baseband symbol data. The -i option on ubertooth-lap, ubertooth-uap, etc. support file input of this type and can take advantage of timestamp information. Mostly this is useful for test and development.
- ubertooth-hop: So far this new command line tool only does hop reversal, an intermediate step toward frequency hopping.
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