|Assessing security of wireless keyboard protocols|
|Kokkuvõte||In recent years the use of wireless keyboard and mouse technologies have gained popularity.|
The aim of this work is to study the security of these wireless protocols to see whether an attacker could learn the keystrokes sent over the air.
There are several publicly known attacks on wireless keyboards and mice. Some of the most popular are MouseJack, KeyJack and LOGITacker.
The potential task includes analyzing publicly documented attacks and weaknesses, implementing them and describing the success.
A Logitech keyboard/mouse pair will be provided as well as a nRF52840 Dongle for testing.
Alternatively, the wireless transmission protocol of a random keyboard can be assessed using the HackRF SDR.
|Lõputöö kaitsmise aasta||2019-2020|