One Year Later, Over 2 Billion Devices Still Exposed to BlueBorne Attacks | Cell Phone Spy and Mobile Tracking Software
By Eduard Kovacs on September 13, 2018 One year after researchers disclosed the Bluetooth vulnerabilities dubbed BlueBorne, more than 2 billion devices are believed to still be vulnerable to attacks, either because their owners have failed to install patches or due to the fact that no patches are available. The BlueBorne vulnerabilities were disclosed in September 2017 by Armis Labs, a company that specializes in protecting Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Its researchers found that nine Bluetooth implementation flaws affected mobile, desktop and IoT systems, including Android, iOS, Windows and Linux devices. Armis later also revealed that Amazon Echo and Google Home devices were also vulnerable to these attacks. Full Article. Take a look at the best antivirus, anti-malware, anti-spy, etc. software