Author Topic: BlueJacking  (Read 20696 times)


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« on: April 19, 2007, 06:05:17 PM »

I am really interested in these bluetooth components, since I must develop a small Delphi application, something very similar to what I've seen here:

This app should send BT messages from a PC to any BT device around it. If I am not wrong it's called BlueJacking, where the source PC doesn't need to get an authentication from the target phone/BT device to receive the message.

For me this BT technology is new (never did anything related in Delphi) so I am pretty sure I'll come back here to make some more questions, being the first this one:

Are these Bluetooth Framework 5.2 delphi components ready to make such application?

Best regards and sorry for my english, I am spanish.


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Re: BlueJacking
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2007, 07:38:38 PM »
Good time of the day!

Yes, you can do that with Bluetooth Framework. (Usualy I call that applications "Bluetooth Spamming" :)

There are two ways:
1. If you are using Microsft Bluetooth Drivers (Windows XP SP2) then you can use BFBluetoothMassSender component)
2. If you has other API (drivers) you can write needed application by yourself using BFBluetoothDiscovery and BFObjectPushClient components.


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Re: BlueJacking
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2007, 02:03:04 AM »

thank you for the useful answer. I will try it right now.



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