Google’s September security patch fixes ‘BlueBorne’ Bluetooth vulnerability
Google is still working on getting the September security patches out the door, but it has posted a security bulletin detailing the changes. Several of the flaws noted in the bulletin are part of an enormous Bluetooth vulnerability discovered by Armis Labs, which bills itself as an IoT security firm. The “BlueBorne” attack exposes billions of Android devices to complete takeover by hackers, but it’s not only Android. The same flaw exists in Windows, Linux, and some versions of iOS.
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