Google fixes critical vulnerability affecting Android Bluetooth subsystem

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Bluetooth Android security flaw has been labelled ‘critical’ on both Android 8 and 9

Google has fixed a critical security flaw in Android's Bluetooth subsystem, which could enable attackers to "execute arbitrary code with the privileges of the Bluetooth daemon". Tracked as CVE-2...

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