March 27, 2024, 6:58 a.m. | Guru Baran

Cyber Security News

A new tool dunned BlueDucky, automating the exploitation of a critical Bluetooth pairing vulnerability that allows for 0-click code execution on unpatched devices. This revelation comes on the heels of Marc Newlin’s January 2024 publication of a proof of concept script, which targets a Bluetooth vulnerability identified as CVE-2023-45866. The vulnerability, as detailed by Newlin, […]

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