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Blueborne: Dangerous Security Holes in Bluetooth

A major security flaw, called Blueborne, has been discovered affecting smartphones, tablets, laptops and PCs – in fact any device that has Bluetooth. Bluetooth devices can be infected with malware through this security flaw, and can then pass the malware on to other machines. What’s worse is that if the infected Bluetooth device has an Internet connection, the malware can upload other malicious programs. Unfortunately, Windows is no exception to this problem, and Microsoft have uncovered dangerous security breaches. Protect your devices right now and update your Windows system before it’s too late. Read how to do so in this article.

Category: Internet & Security, Issues
Issue: 2018 Issue 6 June
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Article Reference: B505



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