Shmoocon 2013: Sniffing Bluetooth low energy
In this presentation from the recent Shmoocon 2013 conference in Washington, DC, Mike Ryan from iSec Partners discusses the new generation of wireless hacking tools to intercept and inject Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) communications. Also known as Bluetooth Smart, BTLE was defined in the BT 4.0 spec and will be appearing in a growing number of sports sensors, medical devices, etc.
This talk covers both the Bluetooth LE protocol and the tools and techniques used to study it, as well as live demos of sniffing BTLE using Ubertooth and other hardware.
For links to slides of this and other Bluetooth related presentations visit Mike Ryan’s webpage.This entry was posted in RF, security, Videos and tagged Bluetooth Low Energy, BTLE, Shmoocon.