Hackers using Bluetooth to control Mobile Phones - Video

Hackers are using the ubiquitous Bluetooth technology to take control of mobile Phones, and use the victim’s phone to make calls to premium rate numbers. The term is known as Bluesnarfing and not Bluejacking (which is relatively less harmful).In this video, British hackers demonstrate the ease with which they hack into mobile phones and make a lot of money in the process. It is best to keep your Bluetooth connection switched off, when you are not using it to transfer files or connect a Bluetooth headset.

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