bluetooth device security database
If you have an device not listed please contribute, thanks!
There are many different types of bluetooth devices like mobile phones, PDAs or printers which provide
many different services. Each manufacturer has a different view of security which leaves us in a great field of
different security vulnerabilitys on wireless devices. This site is dedicated to change this in that form that it
tries to provide a database with all needed information like manufacturer/device/revision/services/security_measures.
Also the project tries to provide a list of security testing/analysis software special for bluetooth devices, this also includes
proofs of concept implementations for discovered vulnerabilitys to show that a particular threat really is exploitable.
- [Feb. 09. 2006] added a new paper to the link list
- [Feb. 05. 2006] very small update of bt_audit
- [Apr. 18. 2005] many additions to the database
- [Jan. 22. 2005] additions to the database
- [Jan. 09. 2005] added more documents and a cool hack (using obexftp to grab the T610 address book) check download section
- [Dec. 27. 2004] check out BluePrinting a Bluetooth device fingerprinting tool.
- [Oct. 21. 2004] addition to the database
- [Sep. 27. 2004] addition to the database
- [Sep. 20. 2004] btdsd is on a new server after being 4 days down
- [July 25. 2004] some additions to the database
- [June 01. 2004] release of bt_audit (see below)
- [Apr 08. 2004] more additions to the database
- [Apr 05. 2004] more additions to the database
- [Feb 25. 2004] some new additions to the database
- New version of PSM scan, now supports raw sockets for detailed information on the PSM status
- heise.de reports security flaw in D-Link Bluetooth access point
- I'm going to the 20th Chaos Communication Congress 27-29 Dec. 2003 Berlin Germany, I hope to
get some additions into the database thru this event
The btdsdlist is a place to discuss bluetooth security related topics (like bug announcements etc...). Currently the
list is only very very low volume, just subscribe.
btdsdlist's Mailman interface here you can subscribe, unsubscribe or
browse the archive
bt_audit (v0.1.1) small bluetooth audit suit containing psm_scan, rfcomm_scan and a script for generating database entries for btdsd
general download section current, old and mirrored stuff
Who is behind btdsd?
Currently it's only me Collin Mulliner, but I'm looking for volunteers to help, this should be a community project anyway!
updated: Thu Feb 9 20:11:03 CET 2006