Billions of mobile, desktop and IoT devices potentially exposed to BlueBorne Attack

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Billions of mobile, desktop and IoT devices that use Bluetooth may be exposed to a new stealthy remote attack dubbed BlueBorne attack.

Billions of mobile, desktop and IoT devices that use Bluetooth may be exposed to a new remote attack, even without any user interaction and pairing. The unique condition for BlueBorne attacks is that targeted devices must have Bluetooth enabled.

The new attack technique, dubbed BlueBorne, was devised by experts with Armis Labs. Researchers have discovered a total of eight vulnerabilities in the Bluetooth design that expose devices to cyber attacks.

To read the original article : http://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/62968/hacking/blueborne-attack.html

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