Decade-old Bluetooth flaw lets hackers steal data passing between devices

Serious error in the in the Bluetooth specification lets hackers to intercept and tamper with data exchanged between vulnerable devices. Attackers can view any exchanged data – including contacts stored on a device, passwords typed on a keyboard, or other sensitive information – and forge keystrokes on a Bluetooth keyboard to open up a command window or malicious website in an outright compromise of the connected phone or computer.

Source: Decade-old Bluetooth flaw lets hackers steal data passing between devices | Ars Technica

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