When this came out I was able to use it as a invaluable tool to demonstrate to my management that there are risk with this vector. Once there was a requirement to be "paired" first, it becomes useless as the explotite can specifically be used without pairing.... making the demonstration come across as a paranoid IT guy.
I just installed the security patch update on my Verizon Galaxy Note 4, and this app is still saying that I'm vulnerable. I'm giving this one star at this point to hopefully get the attention of the developers to see if Verizon or the app is where the problem lies!
I received the Verizon August patch for Note 4,Verizon said that it patches BlueBorne. The news says that we need to get the September update, this app says that it is not patched. Following is my original review : There seems to be a lot of confusion. This app is going to be most accurate on the device it is installed on. I am sure that when scanning the area it will show the potential vulnerability. Patches should be checked on the other device. IT DOES NOT STATE THAT YOU HAVE A VIRUS. Merely that you should turn off Bluetooth if you have this security hole. Your Bluetooth being on, could be used to hack your phone.
Pretty useless. The results seem to change with each app update. Yesterday it said I was safe, today it says I'm not. No system updates have been applied. All this app does is spread FUD instead of awareness.
Xiaomi Mi5s, Huawei P10, Samsung S7 and LG Flex 2 phones are reported as safe by the app but are all reported as high risk when scanning for other devices is done with version 1.04. Please fix this app asap because it gives users inconsistent and misleading security results.
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