Topic: bleedingbit

Bleedingbit vulnerabilities affect 70 percent of the enterprise network

Researchers at the security company Armis have identified two chip-level vulnerabilities, dubbed Bleedingbit, in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips manufactured by Texas Instruments. These chips are used in Wi-Fi devices made by Cisco, Meraki, and Aruba. According to Armis, those three companies account for almost 70 percent of the total enterprise network. BLE is a … continue reading

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