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Bluetooth security problems

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An overview of gaps in Bluetooth security.
The discovery is the latest security problem to be found with Bluetooth technology. Previous attack approaches have gone by such colorful names as "Redfang," which exposes the location of hidden Bluetooth devices, and "Bluestumbling" (also known as "Bluesnarfing"), which allows an attacker to grab information from certain makes of phones that have poorly implemented security.
 read more | score:6547 | -Ray, April 25, 2004
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