Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is the de facto wireless protocol choice by many wearables developers, and much of the emerging internet of things (IoT) market. Thanks to it’s near ubiquity in modern smartphones, tablets, and computers, BLE represents a large and frequently insecure attack surface. This surface can now be mapped with the use of Blue Hydra.

Built on the bluez library, Blue Hydra employs built-in BLE hardware, which can be further enabled by the use of Ubertooth hardware, to discover and track not only low energy, but classic Bluetooth devices too. You can learn more about how Blue… more


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