• Google's Titan Security Key Has a Bluetooth Security Issue

    4 days ago - By CBR

    Attacker would need to be within 30 feet
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  • Google recalls some Titan security keys after finding Bluetooth vulnerability

    4 days ago - By Engadget

    Google is recalling its Bluetooth Titan security keys due to a vulnerability that could allow attackers to connect to your device. No need to panic - the bug only seems to apply to a very narrow set of circumstances, according to a blog post publish...
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  • Flaw found in Bluetooth Titan Security Keys, Google is replacing them

    Flaw found in Bluetooth Titan Security Keys, Google is replacing them

    4 days ago - By Android Central

    Keep using your key for now, but grab the free replacement just in case.
    What you need to know
    This only affects the Bluetooth version of the Titan Key.
    Google is offering a free replacement for every user.
    The key will stop working with the iOS 12.3 update.
    The key will stop working with the June 2019 Security Patch for Android.
    Google has issued an advisory for users of the Bluetooth version of its Titan Security Key that says they all need to be replaced due to a misconfiguration in the pairing protocol. Users of the affected keys have received an email with full details, but if you're...
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  • Google's Bluetooth Titan 2FA keys have a weird security vulnerability

    Google's Bluetooth Titan 2FA keys have a weird security vulnerability

    4 days ago - By SlashGear

    Last year, Google released its Titan security keys in two different varieties: USB and Bluetooth Low Energy. The idea behind Titan is the same as any security key, which was to give people a hardware two factor authentication method. Everything was all fine and dandy for a while, but then today, Google alerted users to a rather peculiar flaw in...
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  • Google Recalls Titan Wireless Security Keys: Get Your Free Replacement

    4 days ago - By Tom's Guide

    Some of Google's Bluetooth-based security keyfobs have a security weakness, and Google is offering free replacements.
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  • Google Recalls Titan Security Key Over a Bluetooth Flaw

    4 days ago - By Wired

    Google will replace any Titan BLE branded security key, after disclosing that a nearby attacker could use it to compromise your accounts.
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  • Google is replacing Bluetooth Titan Security Keys because of a vulnerability

    Google is replacing Bluetooth Titan Security Keys because of a vulnerability

    4 days ago - By The Verge

    Google has issued a security advisory for its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys that is serious enough for it to replace them for free. The company says that there is a “misconfiguration in the Titan Security Keys' Bluetooth pairing protocols” that could potentially allow an attacker to get access to your account or device - though only in a couple of specific circumstances.
    The company tells us that the news today is a coordinated disclosure - which means in part that the companies that make affected products are disclosing the issue at the same time. Feitian, which is the company that makes...
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  • Google warns Titan Security Key has Bluetooth bug that leaves it vulnerable - CNET

    4 days ago - By CNET

    Hackers could exploit a flaw in how the company's security key pairs with a device over Bluetooth. Google is offering free replacement keys.
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  • Google to replace faulty Titan security keys

    4 days ago - By ZDnet

    Vulnerability in Bluetooth pairing protocol forces Google to replace Titan keys sold in the US.
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  • Google Titan's Bluetooth Security Key Can Be Used to Infiltrate Paired Devices

    4 days ago - By Tom's Hardware

    The security flaw affects the Bluetooth Low Energy versions of the security key. Google is offering replacements
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  • Google recalls its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys because of a security bug

    Google recalls its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys because of a security bug

    5 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Google today disclosed a security bug in its Bluetooth Titan Security Key that could allow an attacker in close physical proximity to circumvent the security the key is supposed to provide. The company says that the bug is due to a “misconfiguration in the Titan Security Keys' Bluetooth pairing protocols” and that even the faulty keys still protect against phishing attacks. Still, the company is providing a free replacement key to all existing users .
    The bug affects all Titan Bluetooth keys, which sell for $50 in a package that also includes a standard USB/NFC key, that have a “T1” or...
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