Bluetooth exploit can track and identify iOS, Microsoft mobile device users
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July 17, 20193 min read, 546 words

Bluetooth exploit can track and identify iOS, Microsoft mobile device usersBluetooth exploit can track and identify iOS, Microsoft mobile device users

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Published: July 17, 2019  |  3 min read, 546 words
A flaw in the Bluetooth communication protocol may expose modern device users to tracking and could leak their ID, researchers claim. The vulnerability can be used to spy on users despite native OS protections that are in place and impacts Bluetooth devices on Windows 10, iOS, an...
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July 18, 2019
Nice understandable summary about a paper published by the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium.
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July 21, 2019
This a pretty technical article, but it does well to provide context and as much available information on the topic as possible. Very helpful for anyone interested in protecting their privacy.
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