Hack Linux based Nokia 770 Internet Tablet

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Learn how to hack Nokia 770 Internet Tablet is Linux based phone.

Nokia’s 770 Internet Tablet is more than a phone, according to John Littler. It’s a Debian GNU/Linux system. This makes it a prime target for hackers. Littler explores some of the built-in utilities and some of the other tricks you can use.

FTA, “…The Nokia 770 is an internet tablet designed to connect to the internet with 802.11b/g WLAN or through a phone with Bluetooth. It has a nice 800 x 480 screen (64k colors) and quite a few apps on board. The underlying OS is the Debian GNU/Linux derivative, BusyBox. As it stands, the device is not a phone…

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