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New Bluetooth vulnerability can hack a phone in 10 seconds

"Security company Armis has found a collection of eight exploits, collectively called BlueBorne, that can allow an attacker access to your phone without touching it. The attack can allow access to computers and phones, as well as IoT devices."

https://techcrunch.com/2017/09/12/new-bluetooth-vulnerability-can-hack-a-phone-in-ten-seconds/

Second Researcher Drops Router Exploit Code After D-Link Mishandles Bug Reports

"Embedi, a hardware security firm, has published details about two vulnerabilities that have yet to be patched in the firmware of D-Link routers. This marks the second incident of this sort in the last five days."

https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/second-researcher-drops-router-exploit-code-after-d-link-mishandles-bug-reports/

Risky Routers? New Malware Attacks Leverage Popular Hardware by Proxy

"Hardware is now a top-tier threat vector for cybercriminals. Internet of Things (IoT) devices are leading the charge, since many lack basic security protections but have almost unlimited access to network resources. "

https://securityintelligence.com/news/risky-routers-new-malware-attacks-leverage-popular-hardware-by-proxy/

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