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Wireless Assessment Testing Examples

Protocol Fuzzing

Automated software testing technique that involves using invalid or random data as an input to the server in an attempt to cause a potential crash, failure, or memory leak.

Replay Attack

Valid sets of data are transmitted and captured. BC Security will then attempt to maliciously repeat the message to enact a system’s functionality. A password should be a one-time use set of data and should not be vulnerable to a replay attack in the case of a lock system.

Man-in-the-Middle

Attacks that relay communication between the user’s device and Bluetooth receiver on the scooter. In this case the two parties would be unaware that a third party has access to the communication and has the ability to alter the network traffic. One example of a MITM attack that we may employ is the BT-Niño-MITM Attack, Figure 2, which focuses on systems that uses the Just Works pairing model.