• Google warns Bluetooth Titan security keys can be hijacked by nearby hackers

    3 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

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    Google is warning that the Bluetooth Low Energy version of the Titan security key it sells for two-factor authentication can be hijacked by nearby attackers, and the company is advising users to get a free replacement device that fixes the vulnerability.
    A misconfiguration in the key's Bluetooth pairing protocols makes it possible for attackers within 30 feet to either communicate with the key or with the device it's paired with, Google Cloud Product Manager Christiaan Brand wrote in a post published on Wednesday .
    The Bluetooth-enabled devices are one variety of low-cost security...
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  • Google uncovers Bluetooth vulnerability in Titan Security Key

    Google uncovers Bluetooth vulnerability in Titan Security Key

    3 monthes ago - By VentureBeat

    Google says that it's uncovered a vulnerability in Bluetooth-enabled models of its Titan Security Key. It's offering affected customers a refund.
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  • Bluetooth Titan Security Keys can be exploited, Google offering replacements

    Bluetooth Titan Security Keys can be exploited, Google offering replacements

    3 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    Last July, Google announced its Titan line of security keys for two-factor authentication. The company today identified an issue with the Bluetooth variant that can be used by an attacker in close proximity to you.
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