Talk:Bluetooth Special Interest Group
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Promoter members list
I revised the "promoter members" list, and took out:
I'm thinking this group would be interested in this, but I don't know where to put it?
According to a new report, roughly 5.3 billion of the 8.2 billion Bluetooth connected devices on the planet are vulnerable to a new exploit. Nearly every connected device on earth features Bluetooth and now over half of them are at risk from BlueBorne, a new zero-day exploit. BlueBorne targets vulnerable devices and spreads without the action or knowledge of the user. It’s being compared to the nasty WannaCry ransomware that spread around the globe earlier this year.
Here’s how it works: BlueBorne infects your device silently. Without any action on your part, it spreads to your device by taking advantage of how Bluetooth uses tethering to share data. It then acts as a trusted network and allows hackers to execute “man in the middle” attacks without you even knowing it. From there, it spreads to other vulnerable devices it detects. Researchers from Armis Labs who found the exploit were able to use it to create botnets and install ransomware.