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Saturday, August 22 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
BlueZ Cluez: Getting to Know the Linux Bluetooth Protocol Stack

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There are many opportunities to learn about various protocols through the Internet of Things. One such protocol, Bluetooth, is a wireless protocol used for communicating data between devices from 2.400 to 2.485 GHz over short distances. This presentation introduces Bluez, a Bluetooth stack available in Linux, as a tool that researchers can utilize to study the protocol and identify potential vulnerabilities between devices exchanging data. In this case, we will leverage BlueZ and its features to control a light bulb. The presentation intends to cover the set-up and installation of pertinent tools in order to scan, identify devices, connect with the targeted device, and change the light bulb’s LED color. Audience members will walk away with a solid foundation of BlueZ and how to interact its tools to scan, connect, and tinker with devices.

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Ria Baldevia

King's College London, Speaker
Ria Baldevia is a student at King's College London pursuing her PhD in digital humanities.

Saturday August 22, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
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