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New Bluetooth Bugs Let Attackers Take Over Wi-Fi Networks

The likelihood of a successful attack using a pair of vulnerabilities in some wireless access points with Bluetooth Low Energy chips against an enterprise network is currently low, but the fact that such an attack can bypass network segmentation is worrying.

Hardware, Bluetooth Security

Bluetooth Bug Lets Attackers Listen In

A flaw in the Bluetooth specification could let a nearby attacker intercept traffic between two paired devices.

Bluetooth Security

Understanding Bluetooth Security

When it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) security research, you may run into roadblocks examining Bluetooth pairing and encryption between older devices and new ones - this blog post explains what you need to know to overcome them.

Labs Research, Bluetooth Security, IoT Security

Bluetooth Hacking Tools Comparison

The Duo Labs security research team compares the features and capabilities of several Bluetooth scanners and software to best assist you in your security and IoT research.

Labs Research, Bluetooth Security, Bluetooth Hacking

An Analysis of BlueBorne: Bluetooth Security Risks

Cut through the FUD (Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt) with a Duo Labs analysis of the recent series of Bluetooth vulnerabilities known as BlueBorne - and get our mitigation recommendations on how to keep your devices safe.

Bluetooth Security, Blueborne, Bluetooth Vulnerabilities