Bluebugging | Article about Bluebugging by The Free Dictionary
BluebuggingA Bluetooth exploit that enables an attacker to gain control of the phone. Once in control, data can be retrieved and phone conversations can be monitored. See Bluetooth glossary.
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Bluetooth mobile phones can be the target of "bluebugging
" and "bluesnarfing" schemes designed to steal customers' phone numbers, contact names and other personal information.
Bluebugging. Some Bluetooth attacks seem custom-made for spies, corporate and otherwise.
Laurie explains the risk of bluebugging, again through an anecdote in which his friend has played the victim.