BLEBoy is a great resource for learning about BLE security and provides a single BLE peripheral that can be used to experiment with each BLE pairing method. This release of BLEBoy includes a parts list, instructions for how to construct the device, source code that needs to be compiled and uploaded to the device, and several training modules. The training modules included with BLEBoy cover an overview of basic BLE concepts and security properties, an explanation of functionality supported by BLEBoy, explanation of how to view BLE traffic from an Android device, additional BLEBoy pairing examples, and a module dedicated to demonstrating out-of-band pairing with an Android device.

BLEBoy build instructions, source code, and training modules can be found on our public GitHub at

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