Secure Bluetooth Audio Transmission System
Xing, Jifeng (2010)
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The growing spread of small but powerful mobile devices (such as PDAs, mobile phone, Internet Tablet, etc.) opens up new scenarios in which users can interact with such devices in many environments in order to access the information at different locations. In this thesis, a ubiquitous computing based system called Secure Bluetooth Audio Transmission System is introduced. This system is situated in a large public place (like airport, festival venues, etc.), where voice messages are conveyed from the system to users' Bluetooth headsets in order to inform users the latest flight schedule and other public information. The reliability of the message is secured by adopting an authorization strategy and ECDSA. In order to assess and evaluate the risks and potential weaknesses of the system, an easy-to-use prototype implementation was written and tested. Other possible uses and further research were also considered.