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I am thinking of a situation that i have a smartphone in my hands and use bluetooth to search nearby devices(all sorts of)... Is there a approach to get into a device either from a bluetooth way or some other way without notifying a user.

I think of this because for example i can shutdoen a network machine(meant through an IP access). Can i give the same command to a mobile device which has a bluetooth or some other way to get into and have access to it to make a restart or open an __ app???

Dont get mad at me...its just a thought and hope that something is there in this world.


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May be some sort of spyware app will do it. But there must be that software(some sort of spyware) installed both in the device sending command and the command receiver.

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"May Be" i am also stuck in that.. but in realtime i have seen softwares but i need working apps, currently i have a symbian phone up with me but can go for android also for a share... but i need a hardcore application so that i can satisfy checking the stregnth of it realtime... – GOK Jul 27 '12 at 10:20
You can check for softwares @ BlueToothJacking – GOK Jul 27 '12 at 10:21
@GOK That will be impossible to do anything without notifying user, unless you have hacked it and planted a virus, trojan, or spyware inside it. And the software or virus can be varied on the OS platform of the device. – Zack Titan Jul 27 '12 at 10:28

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