[SecurityWeek] Vulnerabilities in Zephyr’s Bluetooth LE Stack May Lead to DoS Attacks

Multiple vulnerabilities recently patched in Zephyr’s Bluetooth LE stack could be exploited to cause denial of service conditions, prevent further connections, or even leak sensitive information, according to a warning from researchers at the Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) reveal.

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The U.S. Commerce Department on Wednesday announced new rules barring the sales of hacking software and equipment to authoritarian regimes and potentially facilitate human rights abuse for national security (NS) and anti-terrorism (AT) reasons. The┬ámandate, which is set to go into effect in 90 days, will forbid the export, reexport and transfer of “cybersecurity items” […]

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