BlueBorne May Affect Billions of Bluetooth Devices

September 14, 2017

Bluetooth is one of the most widely deployed and used connectivity protocols in the world. Everything from electronic devices to smartphones uses it, as do a growing number of IoT devices. Now, a new Bluetooth exploit, known as BlueBorne, exploits a Bluetooth, making literally billions of devices potentially vulnerable to attack. BlueBorne is a hybrid Trojan-Worm malware that spreads thru the Bluetooth protocol. Because it includes worm-like properties, any infected system is also a potential carrier, and will actively search for vulnerable hosts....

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