Let’s face it. We can’t live without Bluetooth anymore. Our headphones, mobiles, keyboards, cars, and all kinds of electronic devices get internet links and interact with us through this technology. It’s here to stay, and it’s only becoming more prevalent. However, Bluetooth’s success begs the question about the technology’s security status: how safe is Bluetooth?
Well, it’s safer than WiFi for the most part. But every technology has vulnerabilities, and Bluetooth is no exception. For example, third parties could intercept your Bluetooth data. And would it be so terrible if somebody figured out what you’re listening to with your Bluetooth headphones? The problem is that a Bluetooth connection can give away much more information and data from any device you use to store your most sensitive data.
So join us as we tell you all about Bluetooth. What is it? How does it work? How can somebody attack you through Bluetooth? And, most importantly, how can you keep your Bluetooth activities safe? This article will answer all these questions and much more.
Bluetooth: What is it?
You probably have used Bluetooth technology to connect your iPhone to AirPods or your most-loved music program to a speaker.