Bluetooth Smart Hackmelock Device
The code is tested to run on Linux (including Debian, Kali), and on Raspberry Pi.
You will need a Bluetooth 4 adapter, e.g. CSR-8510-based (most popular) USB dongle, or a built-in one.
You will also need accompanying Android application:
git clone https://github.com/smartlockpicking/hackmelock-device/
In order to run emulated device, first stop
bluetoothd service in your system, as it may interfere with bleno library (See also: https://github.com/sandeepmistry/bleno#prerequisites), next power up the Bluetooth interface by hand:
sudo systemctl stop bluetooth sudo hciconfig hci0 up
Running the device emulator:
$ cd node_modules/hackmelock $ node peripheral advertising...
Next, follow mobile installation pairing as described here.
Please file an issue: https://github.com/smartlockpicking/hackmelock-device
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