Subtitle is the headliner
Subtitle is one of the funniest in recent memory. Well done! LMO (no A left afterward).
Vulnerabilities in the Zephyr real-time operating system's Bluetooth stack have been identified, leaving a wide variety of Internet of Things devices open to attack – unless upgraded to a patched version of the OS. A security advisory released by Synopsys this afternoon highlights eight key vulnerabilities in Zephyr's …
Not sure what your antecedent is there.
When the first draft Bluetooth spec came out, Bruce Schneier excoriated the committee in CRYPTO-GRAM for not including security professionals and doing a poor job with security in the first place. Bluetooth has never gotten better. While these are implementation vulnerabilities, the whole thing is a mess.
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