evilsocket shared a how-to on making a mini WiFi deauthenticator using Bettercap and a Raspberry Pi Zero W: A few days ago I started playing with some idea I had from a few weeks already, using a Raspberry Pi Zero W to make a mini WiFi deauthenticator: something in my pocket that periodically jumps on […]
NRF52 Bluetooth Low Energy Module PCB using laser printer/silver paste method by Rich Olson. More details at nothinglabs.com.
Erich Styger has written an article describing a technique he used to collect and store data from several BLE devices with Raspberry Pi and Python scripting: BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) sensor devices like the Hexiwear are great, but they cannot store a large amount of data. For a research project I have to collect data […]
Don has been working on a CC2500 to BLE adaptor project, that is available on Github: Posting some details in response to questions about the current module. Everything for the CC2500 is on Github. Fish around here and you’ll also find some iOS and Pebble code. Sorry, nothing Android based. The RFDuino is programmed like […]
Dany over at Elecfreaks writes: If you are an electronics enthusiast, and also fond of programming, I would be very glad to share with you an Android BLE application development method, so you can integrate the phone and MCU to do some more interesting things. Right now we begin to explain how to develop an […]
Mike Ryan writes about his latest efforts in BLE hacking. Hot on the heels of Omri Iluz’s BLE-sniffer-on-the-cheap, I decided to write up the BLE sniffer I built on Ubertooth. My sniffer highly robust, can capture data from connections, and is 100% open source. I also discovered a vulnerability in BLE’s crypto that allows me […]
Ti is offering free online training on Bluetooth low energy (BLE) devices. The materials are designed to cover topics appealing to a broad spectrum of experience levels from basic to advanced. You can find more information and start the training at TI’s