Bluetooth Denial of service

Script made for attacking Bluetooth Devices By Samrat Katwal.

Warning

This project was created only for fun purposes and personal use.

Mr. Bastard

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To execute

$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install python3
$ cd btdos/
$ python3 Bluetooth.py

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The script works only with Linux systems.

You must have “l2ping” util on your linux machine (it installed as default on Kali Linux).

YOU MUST SCAN AND ATTACK BEFORE SOMEONE CONNECTS TO THE TARGET!!!

How’s it’s tested

Kali Linux as attacker, and JY-25 Bluetooth Speaker as target.

HOw to use

First of all, you must scan network for Bluetooth devises. For example, you can use “hcitool”, scan and copy Mac address you may need to execute ‘service bluetooth start’.

$ sudo apt update
$ apt install hcitool
$ sudo service bluetooth start
$ hcitool scan

Output will be like:

C1:E4:A4:D3:45      Jy-25
B3:C2:E3:D4:F5      POCO C3
D5:B2:F3:E4:A6      Some Bluetooth device

Then copy target addres (for example “C1:E4:A4:D3:45”) and paste it where Mac address is asked.

Tutorial

  1. “Target addr” – addres of your target (Check info above).
  2. “Packages size” – size of the packages, that will be sent to the target. 600 is optimal.
  3. “Threads count” – number of threads, that will send packages to the target at the same time. I used 500 threads, and that was enough. Check the table below, to find optimal value.
Packages size Threads count Ping, ms Distance, meters Time waited, sec Device
600 1 9 0,3 5 JY-25
600 10 38 0,3 5 JY-25
600 20 78 0,3 5 JY-25
600 50 229 0,3 5 JY-25
600 100 413 0,3 5 JY-25
600 200 806 0,3 5 JY-25
600 500 1961 0,3 5 JY-25
600 1000 6621 0,3 5 JY-25
600 1000+ 0,3 5 JY-25

What happened to the target

I haven’t tested on all devices, but the device i used worked perfecly.

GitHub

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