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The bluearmor 100 guards against hackers who use Bluetooth head- set connections to eavesdrop on calls or access data stored on phones. It scrambles the wireless link using 128-bit encryption, making it the first phone headset to meet the U.S. Department of Defense’s security standards.

Product: blueArmor 100
Cost: $200
Availability: Now
Source: www.securebluetooth.com
Companies: Steel Cloud and Biometric Associates

Credit: Bruce Peterson

Tagged: Communications

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