Archive for the ‘Wireless’ Category

The following is an excellent video tutorial regarding how one can use Bluetooth to hack a cellular phone by using Super Bluetooth hacking software.  Super Bluetooth Hack will make it extremely easy to hack cellular phones thru Bluetooth and turn into a Bluetooth spy. It is so simple to do. Video Description The video instruction […]

The cracking technique I addressed late last week required you to type in ten cumbersome commands that is easy to fat finger.  Although there is no simple user interface with a gigantic push button that states, “Crack” and plays the Mission Impossible theme music, a few windowed alternatives are practically more operable. SpoonWep in BackTrack […]

Firstly let me get a few things straight: 1. This is not about “what is arp and mitm?” there are already enough articles about that in BotHack. This is merely how to do it using cain and able so before reading this article go and read some of the others so that your not just […]

Chennai will shortly become the first city in the world to be totally WiMAX-enabled. WiMAX or Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, technology allows wireless internet access across large areas and even across entire cities, unlike Wi-Fi which offers wireless access within a smaller zone. Aircel Business Solutions is implementing the project. The project has been […]

Build your Symbian C++ applications and reach out to more than 50+ million S60 devices out there! True to which, “Forum Nokia S60 Tech Day” promises to be an event filled fun and excitement for Geeks all over Asia. Slotted for its grand opening on 19th of September 2006, this two day event will be […]

Cornell University Final year projects involving Microcontroller Design is archived online, with full reports including design, circuit diagram and theoretical background. This is great news to all the electronics geeks. A repository of innovative projects and robots, this site sure proves to be a holiday project guide. With over 300 projects, ranging from spring 1999 […]

You have got to check this out to believe it. Nathan has designed his own wireless motion sensor which is pretty tiny. The best part is he has now put up the tutorials on how you can make one for yourself in a lazy afternoon with loads of pictures and pointers. This increases the possibility […] has a good article on ” How to build your own wireless receiver and transmitter device? Use RF in your next embedded application design!” The article also explains the coding part of the rf kit. A link to download the whole project is also given. The RF pair is very small and is very […]

‘Wireless Networking in the Developing World’ is a eBook that is a practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecomunications infrastructure. Though the capabilities of wireless networking have gone up, it has also led to the increase in cost of equipment. The project involves applying this technology in areas that are badly in need of […]