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A Bluetooth fuzzing attack consist of sending malformed or otherwise non-standard data to a device’s Bluetooth radio and observing how the device reacts. When a device’s response is slowed or stopped by these attacks, this indicates that a serious vulnerability potentially exists in the protocol stack.

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