Tech giants Google and Intel have found a serious Bluetooth flaw in the new version of Linux Kernel. According to a Google researcher, this bug allows seamless code execution by attackers within the Bluetooth range. According to the companies, this flaw resides in the software stack BlueZ, which implements all core Bluetooth protocols in Linux. […]The post Linux Affected by Bluetooth Security Bug and It’s Serious. Kind of. appeared first on Fossbytes.
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