[HackerNews] New BrakTooth Flaws Leave Millions of Bluetooth-enabled Devices Vulnerable

A set of new security vulnerabilities has been disclosed in commercial Bluetooth stacks that could enable an adversary to execute arbitrary code and, worse, crash the devices via denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. 
Collectively dubbed “BrakTooth” (referring to the Norwegian word “Brak” which translates to “crash”), the 16 security weaknesses span across 13 Bluetooth chipsets from 11 vendors such

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