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Google Titan Security Key Recalled After Bluetooth Pairing Bug

May 16, 2019


Google is recalling Bluetooth versions of its Titan Security Key after finding a vulnerability that allows attackers in close proximity to take control of the device.

Google’s Titan Security Key, launched in the U.S. market last August, is a USB dongle that offers an added layer of security features for Google accounts, such as two-factor authentication and protections from phishing attacks. Specifically impacted is the version of the Titan Security Key with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) – not the NFC version of the security keys.

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