I had a question regarding the use of Wireless mice and security. In general which method of using a wireless mouse is considered more secure, using a mouse with a USB dongle, or using a mouse that can be used directly with a computer that has a wireless card over bluetooth? In the past, I've heard of attacks geared against major PC peripheral brands that use a USB dongle, that can be performed from across the street of the target. On the otherhand I've also heard of Bluebourne and how it can discover a device's bluetooth band and intercept packets. In most cases, which method of connectivity would be considered more secure from an every day, practical standpoint?
Bastille, the company that popularized the attack you talked about in your question, has a site that lists the affected devices. https://www.mousejack.com/
Bluebourne and what devices are affected is listed here. https://armis.com/blueborne/
Patch your system and try to select a device that is not on either of those lists.
It's incredibly hard nowadays to intercept and attack device bluetooth. It's constantly changing channels as well as it's encrypted and, especially with a mouse, there's a low attack plain with the device. The most they could intercept from your mouse, worst case scenario, is the movements.