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You don't exactly need to store anything in the headset, there are plenty of "older" Bluetooth exploits. Assuming that there is a exploit in the Bluetooth hose ( aka the phone ) it could be possible to modify the headsets firmware to exploit it lets say "post pairing" remote code execution. From there it would be possible to download a second stage payload ...


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Yes, but very unlikely. A bluetooth headset has a microcontroller, EEPROM with firmware, audio circuitry and bluetooth chip (which is itself a microcontroller with its own, distinct firmware implementing the bluetooth stack); I'm pretty sure there are manufacturers that combine all of these elements on a single physical chip. If you can find a ...


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As far as I can see that it is impossible for malware (e.g. virus, spyware,etc) infects data in phone cell even to store it through a wireless system. This is two different cases; hardware and software. Based on my usage, no data transferred into a phone cell but byte of transfer recording (voice)through wireless headphone. When the data voice is being ...



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