Misconfigured Bluetooth pairing protocols in Google’s Titan Security Keys may allow attackers to communicate with users’ security key or with the device their key is paired with, Google has warned. The bug can’t be fixed with a security update so Google is asking users to check whether their key is affected and, if it is, to ask for a replacement one to be sent to them free of charge. About the Titan Security Key Almost … More
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