Google and Intel are worried about a new Linux vulnerability

A new Bluetooth flaw in all but the most recent version of the Linux Kernel has caught the attention of both Google and Intel which have both issued warnings about its severity.

The flaw itself resides in the BlueZ software stack that is used to implement Bluetooth core protocols and layers in Linux. In addition to being used in Linux laptops, the software stack is also used in many consumer devices as well as industrial IoT devices.

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