Brian Vagnoni on 17 Jan 2009 15:48:15 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Recording Phone/Cellular Conversations Linux

----- Original Message -----
From: Matthew Rosewarne
> Could you use your machine as a bluetooth "headset", then route the
> audio to 
> both a recorder and an actual headset?
----- Original Message -----

Thanks & very clever Matthew, yes that would be another possible way to do it. The demo videos I've seen on bluetooth eavesdropping though have never been of phone conversations only of the ambient background. But the theory is sound IMHO; capture wireless data. 

There are 2 ways at the higher level I can see of doing this. Either record the analog audio; physical layer, or capture the encoded traffic at the network layer. I would like to do this will as few devices as possible, and integrated with off the shelf stuff.

I liked the proxy idea as it could give the caller some anonymity as far as location tracking goes.

Honestly as far as ROI go if I had something in place I could have saved my self $117.00 in bank fees. I would like to make this as much of an open source project as possible. I think it could help empower people when dealing with these monolithic organizations. Trusting banks right now is not on many peoples lists, not that I ever did.

Brian Vagnoni
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Subject: Re: [PLUG] Recording Phone/Cellular
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> On Saturday 17 January 2009, Brian Vagnoni wrote:
> > So I thought about a lot of ways to do this.

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