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> BlueFrag patch?, There's a critical RCE vuln in Android, patched in February
post Feb 13 2020, 03:39 AM
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“BlueFrag” (CVE-2020-0022) is a bug with Android’s l2cap implementation. It affects all Android 8 and 9 devices with Bluetooth enabled, allowing for remote crashing and arbitrary code execution. It’s been assigned a Critical severity in the February Android Security Bulletin (A-143894715).


It looks that unlike a lot of other bugs that seem to be chipset specific, the issue lies with an Android component, so the Cosmo is likely affected. Has anyone heard if there's going to be a patch for this? Otherwise.. I reckon a good idea to turn off bluetooth in crowded areas unless you need it.
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