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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

Flipping Bits and Opening Doors: Reverse Engineering the Linear Wireless Security DX Protocol

A security researcher on the Duo Labs team details how he found several vulnerabilities in a wireless physical security system.

Reverse Engineering, Dx Protocol, Wireless Security, Labs Research

Out-of-Box Exploitation: A Security Analysis of OEM Updaters

Today, Duo Labs is publishing our take on the OOBE; Out-of-Box Exploitation: A Security Analysis of OEM Updaters. OEM software is making us vulnerable and invading our privacy - with that in mind, Duo Labs decided to dig in to see how ugly things can get.

OEM Security, Dell Security, Out of Box Software, Labs Research

Dude, You Got Dell’d: Publishing Your Privates

While working on a larger research project, Duo Labs security researchers found sketchy certificates on a brand-new Dell Inspiron 14 laptop. Read on for more about Superfish 2: eDellRoot Boogaloo.

Security Research, Dell Security, Edell Root, Labs Research