Google Warns of Zero-Click Bluetooth Flaws in Linux-based Devices


Google Warns of Zero-Click Bluetooth Flaws in Linux-based Devices


Google security researchers are warning of a new set of zero-click vulnerabilities in the Linux Bluetooth software stack that can allow a nearby unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges on vulnerable devices.
According to security engineer Andy Nguyen, the three flaws — collectively called BleedingTooth — reside in the open-source BlueZ protocol stack

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