An In-Depth Analysis and Experimentation on Remote Authentication for Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 Using Bluetooth Technology

Abstract / Excerpt:

Bluetooth services are widely used around the world. Its concept is to connect wirelessly with the other Bluetooth-enabled devices and constantly maintain the connection without interference. However, a limitation of the Bluetooth capabilities is that their services are loaded only after successfully logging in to a Microsoft Windows account initially. The proponents aim to break the limitation through the use of Bluetooth components such as BD_ADDR and spread-spectrum frequency hopping. The Microsoft Windows XP operating system components such as Windows Service functionality and Registry Editor were also utilized to the team's advantage. Through these, a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone and a computer shall communicate with each other even before logging in initially to the computer. In addition to enhancing Bluetooth capabilities, the proponents also aimed to automatically synchronize data between the mobile phone and the computer.

Source InstitutionAteneo de Davao University
UnitComputer Studies
AuthorsRoselle Liaa D. Lu, Andrew Nicolo F. Madrazo, Peterson L. Oleta
Page Count10
Place of PublicationDavao City
Original Publication DateMarch 1, 2005