Blueborne Virus Statistics

8.2 Billion

More than 8.2 billion devices are potentially affected by Blueborne virus.

40% of Devices

Around 40% of all Bluetooth-enabled devices
won't get Blueborne patches.

4 Critical Risk

There are 8 security flaws found, 4 of them are rated critical.

Is Your Mobile Phone Safe? It's Time To Test If Your Phone Is Vulnerable to Blueborne And Know How To Protect from It.

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Mobile Phone Blueborne Virus Risk Test

1. What’s the system version your mobile phone is running on?

2. How often do you turn on bluetooth on your phone?

3. Does your phone turn on automatically?

4. Does your phone has the September 2017 security patch?

5. Do you lock up your screen using a password, PIN, pattern, or fingerprint?

Submit to Check the Security Level of Your Phone

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Congratulations! Your phone is very safe!

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Your phone is relatively safe.

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Watch out! Your phone is high risk of Blueborne.

Congratulations! Your phone is very safe!

Your Android security score is among the top 10%, you phone is safe and sound. Just keep it on!

Your phone is relatively safe.

Generally your phone is safe. But you still need to keep an eye on common threats such as mobile virus and trojans.

Don't let hackers to take complete control on your device and put your privacy over risks. It`s strongly recommended that you backup your files immediately, turn off Bluetooth on your phone and try to update to the latest OS.

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Protect Your Phone From Blueborne

2.1 Basic Security Tips for Blueborne Virus

Turn off bluetooth

Shut bluetooth off when you are not using it, or if you're near anyone you don't trust. For some users who can't shut off bluetooth completely, try to minimize your Bluetooth usage and minimize your exposure to very real vulnerabilities.

Update your phone system

For iOS users, the ulnerability was already patched in iOS 10. So update your device to iOS 10/iOS 11. For Android users, Google released patches for Android 6.0 and 7.0 in this September. So update your Android version ASAP.

Blueborne Vulnerability Scanner

Armis Labs has developed a dedicated app BlueBorne Vulnerability Scanner to help Android users to check if your device is vulnerable to Blueborne. You can download this from Google Play Store for free.

Setup a Lock Screen

Lock screen might not be the main factor of Blueborne attack, but it’s always a smart step to setup a strong password, PIN, pattern, fingerprints or anything else to protect your phone.

Phone Screen Turn On

If your phone screen turns on by itseft, look and see why. If some hackers are trying to do something to connect your phone using Blueborne, your phone screen will turn on ramdomly.

2Risks of Blueborne

2.3Apps & Tools to Protect Your Android from Virus

Make Solid Backup of Your Phone in Case Any Attacks May Happen.

iOS Data Backup & Restore
  • One click to backup the whole iOS device to your computer.
  • Allow to preview and restore any item from the backup to a device.
  • Export what you want from the backup to your computer.
Android Data Backup & Restore
  • Selectively backup Android data to computer with one click.
  • Preview and restore backup to any Android devices.
  • Supports 8000+ Android devices.
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More About Blueborne Virus

The BlueBorne virus takes advantage of a series of vulnerabilities affecting devices connected via Bluetooth. The security holes let attackers take control of Bluetooth-enabled gadgets, executes code on them remotely and intercepts traffic between devices.

Gadgets affected are unpatched devices running Android, Windows and Linux as well as earlier versions of iOS, according to security research firm Armis. The threat is dubbed BlueBorne because it spreads airborne via Bluetooth.

As for more details, you can check the video on the right side.

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