Today’s smartphones use near-field communication technology for a wide variety of purposes. This short range radio communications method allows the use of headsets, mobile payments, external speakers, keyboards, and all sorts of other uses. As with any technology, however, the use of NFC communications provides attackers with another pathway to exploit security vulnerabilities. In this video, learn about common proximity attacks including NFC attacks, Bluejacking, and Bluesnarfing.
- [Narrator] Today's smartphones and other mobile devices…use Near Field Communication, or NFC technology,…for a wide variety of purposes.…This short range radio communications technique…allows the use of headsets, mobile payments,…external speakers, keyboards,…and all sorts of other technologies.…As with any technology, however,…the use of NFC communications provides attackers…with another pathway to exploit security vulnerabilities.…NFC communications cover a very short distances.…
They're designed to handle situations…where devices are around 30 to 50 feet apart.…Bluetooth is the most common NFC technology,…and most people are familiar with the use of Bluetooth…to connect smartphones to car audio systems,…external speakers, and headsets.…NFC communications are very useful,…but can also be a source of security vulnerabilities.…Bluejacking attacks occur when attackers…use Bluetooth technology to send spam messages…directly to a device.…Typically, they try to convince the user to visit a website,…or take some other action that will lead…
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