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Title: Anàlisi de seguretat de dispositius portables connectats en xarxa sense fils Bluetooth
Author: Artacho Gallego, Josep Lluís
Tutor: Farràs Ballabriga, Gerard
Others: Rifà-Pous, Helena  
Keywords: Bluetooth
cyber security
computer audit
Internet of things
Issue Date: Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Technological advances have made it possible to create new sensors that allow easy health monitoring, without being invasive at all. Integrated into "smart" watches, activity bands or other wearable devices, it has become popular among the general public. All this, within the framework of a hyper connected society and devices. Faced with the growth in demand for these smart devices with these capabilities, doubts arise about the security offered by these systems that manage each person's biometric data. Usually these devices, due to storage space limitations, synchronize the data obtained with other host devices (mobile phone, computer) with greater capacity. This synchronization is usually carried out by establishing a wireless connection using Bluetooth technology between both devices. It’s precisely this point that we want to study, since this connection has a lower level of protection - and therefore more vulnerable to cyberattacks -,compared to other wireless technologies. The purpose of this work is to propose a security audit – ethical hacking -,to verify the security of these devices or check potential risks, studying the theoretical part of the technology. For the practical part, with the use of security tools aimed at testing this protocol. The result of these tests will be used to generate a report aimed at improving safety.
Language: Catalan
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