Billions of Android smartphones and tablets, Linux PCs and servers, and smart-home and wearable devices are vulnerable to a Bluetooth flaw that could let hackers and pranksters access them without authorization and give the devices false data, academic researchers based at Purdue University in Indiana have found. 

The flaw, named BLESA for Bluetooth Low Energy Spoofing Attack, also affects iOS devices, but Apple patched it with the iOS 13.4 and iPad OS 13.4 updates in March. 



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