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Hacking Fitbit

This is impressive: “An attacker sends an infected packet to a fitness tracker nearby at bluetooth distance then the rest of the attack occurs by itself, without any special need for the attacker being near,” Apvrille says. “[When] the victim wishes to synchronise his or her fitness data with FitBit servers to update their profile … the fitness tracker responds…
https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2015/10/hacking_fitbit.html


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Posted by: Hadd1964

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