BlueBorne - A New Class of Airborne Attacks that can Remotely Compromise Any Linux/IoT Device

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In this talk we will present the ramifications of airborne attacks, which bypass all current security measures and provide hackers with a contagious attack, capable of jumping over "air-gapped" networks and allow easy full remote code execution on devices from every major OS. We will demonstrate two out of eight zero-day exploits we've found in the Bluetooth stacks of Linux, Android, Windows, and iOS. We will show how easy it is to infect devices ranging from ordinary PCs to the emerging realm of IoT devices, requiring no user interaction, and nothing more than an active Bluetooth.

by Ben Seri & Gregory Vishnepolsky

Full Abstract & Presentation Materials:
https://www.blackhat.com/eu-17/briefi...



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