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November 15, 2003

Kind of Blue

With Bluetooth phones, Bluetooth keyboards and mice, even Bluetooth luggage, we’re bound to see more security advisories of this sort in the future.

Just what I need to worry about: somebody hacking into my phone. Thanks, but I think I’ll hold onto my antiquated, non-Bluetooth, “Rotary-dial” cell phone a little while longer…

Posted by distler at November 15, 2003 1:10 PM

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Re: Kind of Blue

To me it’s become indispensible. I’m shopping for a new phone and I wouldn’t get one that didn’t have BlueTooth. The headset is espescially nice.

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