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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group

BLE vulnerability may be exploited to unlock cars, smart locks, building doors, smartphones

A Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) vulnerability discovered by NCC Group researchers may be used by attackers to unlock Teslas (or other cars with automotive keyless entry), …

Bluetooth enhances support for location services with new direction finding feature

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) revealed a new direction finding feature that holds the potential to enhance the performance of Bluetooth location services …

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