Step 1: 1: What is DECT?
usually known by the acronym DECT, is a digital communication standard, which is primarily used for creating cordless phone systems. It originated in Europe, where it is the universal standard, replacing earlier cordless phone standards, such as 900 MHz CT1 and CT2.
Step 2: 1.1: Insecurity...
The following has been tested under these circumstances:
- Backtrack 5 final x86 KDE with Kernel 2.6.38
- Original Dosh&Amand Type II PCMCIA Card
- SIEMENS C1 DECT phones set up in repeater mode
Step 3: 2: Installing Dedected
-Use Dedected from the Backtrack repositorys
-Compile it on your own if you want to experiment
Install from source
root@bt:~# prepare-kernel-sources root@bt:~# cd /usr/src/linux root@bt:~# cp -rf include/generated/* include/linux/ root@bt:~# cd /pentest/telephony root@bt:~# svn co https://dedected.org/svn/trunk dedected_svn root@bt:~# cd dedected_svn/com-on-air_cs-linux/ root@bt:~# make && make -C tools Install from repository
root@bt:~# apt-get update root@bt:~# apt-get install dedected It is recommended that you have the tool Audacity if you are serious about recording phone conversations Load the Drivers
root@bt:~# cd /pentest/telephony/dedected/com-on-air_cs-linux root@bt:~# make node root@bt:~# make load
Step 4: Scan for fixed parts or fp(DECT base stations)
root@bt:~# cd /pentest/telephony/dedected/com-on-air_cs-linux/tools root@bt:~# ./dect_cli
If you need info on the usage type "help". If you live in the U.S. switch to the US/DECT 6 band via the "band" command. Let's enable some verbosity:
Now start scanning fpscan After scanning multiple times disable verbosity and stop scanning