BlueBorne infecting billions of smart devices by leveraging Bluetooth connections

BlueBorne infecting billions of smart devices by leveraging Bluetooth connections

BlueBorne infecting billions of smart devices by leveraging Bluetooth connections

Billions of smartphones, laptops and Internet-connected devices are vulnerable to BlueBorne, a new attack vector being used by hackers to penetrate and control targeted devices by leveraging Bluetooth connections.

Using BlueBorne, hackers can conduct a range of cyber crimes including remote code execution and Man-in-The-Middle attacks.

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