How Smart Is Bluetooth Smart?





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Published on Feb 18, 2013

How Smart Is Bluetooth Smart: An exploration of Bluetooth Smart Security. This talk was presented at ShmooCon 2013.

Slides: http://lacklustre.net/bluetooth/how_s...
More info: http://lacklustre.net/bluetooth/

We are entering a golden age of affordable broad spectrum wireless sniffing. I will demonstrate how to use the new generation of wireless hacking tools to intercept and inject Bluetooth Low Energy communications.

Bluetooth LE, aka, Bluetooth Smart, is a new low power mode defined in the recent Bluetooth 4.0 spec. Found in recent high-end smartphones, it is used in sports devices, sensors, and will soon appear in some medical devices.

This talk covers both the Bluetooth LE protocol and the tools and techniques used to study it. This talks features live demonstrations of sniffing Bluetooth LE using Ubertooth and other hardware to sniff Bluetooth LE.

The software presented in the talk was developed by Mike Ryan and is available open source as a part of the Ubertooth project.


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