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From: ast at domdv.de (Andreas Steinmetz)
Subject: Re: Serious flaws in bluetooth security lead to disclosure of personal
 data

Pentest Security Advisories wrote:
> 
> Fixes.
> ======
> 
> 1) Only enable Bluetooth when absolutely necessary.
> 
> 2) Place the device in non-discoverable mode. While this does not correct
>    the fault, it is harder to find the target device. There can be problems
>    with this, some Nokia devices fail will to connect properly when hidden.
> 

Hint: After powering on or enabling bluetooth on the 6310i put the phone 
   in discoverable mode, connect the required devices and after that put 
the phone in non-discoverable mode. At least the HDW-2 heatset will then 
be able to connect while the 6310i is in non-discoverable mode.

-- 
Andreas Steinmetz


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