BlueDumping is the act of causing a Bluetooth device to ‘dump’ it’s stored link key, thereby creating an opportunity for key-exchange sniffing to take place. The attacks on link keys and PINs were first publicised by Ollie Whitehouse, at CanSecWest, in which he describes a method by which the PIN and link-keys can be obtained if a pairing event can be witnessed with a Bluetooth sniffer.
BlueSmack is a Bluetooth attack that knocks out some Bluetooth-enabled devices immediately. This Denial of Service attack can be conducted using standard tools that ship with the official Linux Bluez utils package. Introduction The ‘Ping of Death’ is basically a network ping packet that used to knock out early versions of Microsoft Windows 95.