Revisiting Urban War Nibbling: Mobile Passive Discovery of Classic Bluetooth Devices Using Ubertooth One

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The ubiquitous nature of Bluetooth technology presents opportunities for intelligence gathering based on historical and real-time device presence data. This information can be of value to law enforcement agencies, intelligence organizations, and industry. Despite the introduction of the Bluetooth Low Energy standard that incorporates anonymity preservation… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIFS.2017.2678463

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@article{Chernyshev2017RevisitingUW, title={Revisiting Urban War Nibbling: Mobile Passive Discovery of Classic Bluetooth Devices Using Ubertooth One}, author={Maxim Chernyshev and Craig Valli and Michael N. Johnstone}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security}, year={2017}, volume={12}, pages={1625-1636} }