The security requirements that can be set for a service are simple: you can only specify whether authentication, authorisation, and/or encryption are required or not. You cannot, for example, set the security algorithms used: these are the same for all Bluetooth devices.
To set security requirements, take the following steps:
Create a security settings object, TBTServiceSecurity . Initialise it with the service's Bluetooth protocol, its port, and a unique identifier for the service (this identifier is not related to the service class UUID).
Set in the TBTServiceSecurity object whether authentication, authorisation, and/or encryption are required.
Call RBTSecuritySettings::RegisterService() to pass the settings to the security manager.
The following example sets that authentication, authorisation, and encryption are required for a service.
// Assumes secmanSubSession is an open subsession, and channel // is the port on which an RFCOMM service is running // 1. Create security settings object TUid serviceUID; serviceUID.iUid = 0X10008AD0; TBTServiceSecurity secSettings(serviceUID, KSolBtRFCOMM, channel); // 2. Set the security options secSettings.SetAuthentication(ETrue); secSettings.SetAuthorisation(ETrue); secSettings.SetEncryption(ETrue); // 3. Register the service TRequestStatus status; secmanSubSession.RegisterService(secSettings,status); User::WaitForRequest(status);
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