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BlueBorne

Any BlueBorne concerns regarding Core?

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Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

Being that BB is primarily target at Android devices and Core utilizes Bluetooth BLE as a setup vector my thoughts are the same. Is that vulnerable? Common sense would say "not unless someone were at seriously close range of the device you are using to setup the core". Secondarily iOS is not affected. This article provides some specifics for other devices and OS's but nothing is mentioned concerning Core.

https://www.armis.com/blueborne/#/devices

I've reached out to the other Guru's for a better answer.

Cheers

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Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

All devices with bluetooth that can be affected. From SoulAslum's link scroll down and you will see Windows, Linux, and IOS devices listed.

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Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

I read somewhere that it doesn't affect Bluetooth BLE.

Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

I read somewhere that it doesn't affect Bluetooth BLE.

From the linked article.

What Devices Are Affected?

Android
All Android phones, tablets, and wearables (except those using only Bluetooth Low Energy

So it would appear the Core is safe.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

Thanks Peter. I overlooked that in the statement. Definite answer.

Cheers

Retired military (Navy 1980-2002) AO1 (AW) Aviation Warfare Specialist "From DOS to Windows10 what a journey it has been" / MS Certified Professional / Windows 10 Professional x 64 version 1809 / build 17763.437 / NCSP 22.17.0.183 / Norton Core v.282 on Android 1.93
Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

peterweb:

I read somewhere that it doesn't affect Bluetooth BLE.

From the linked article.

What Devices Are Affected?

Android
All Android phones, tablets, and wearables (except those using only Bluetooth Low Energy

So it would appear the Core is safe.

I was unaware that the Core product is an Android Kernel based device?

FWIW, and IMHO, a complete read of the Armis white paper...

http://go.armis.com/blueborne-technical-paper

...is a very worthwhile endeavor - Consider searching through it for references to "Low Power"...

Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

avjohnnie:
peterweb:

I read somewhere that it doesn't affect Bluetooth BLE.

From the linked article.

What Devices Are Affected?

Android
All Android phones, tablets, and wearables (except those using only Bluetooth Low Energy

So it would appear the Core is safe.

I was unaware that the Core product is an Android Kernel based device?

FWIW, and IMHO, a complete read of the Armis white paper...

http://go.armis.com/blueborne-technical-paper

...is a very worthwhile endeavor - Consider searching through it for references to "Low Power"...

Isn't some general Linux affected too?

Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

Isn't some general Linux affected too?

Yes. Check the link in SoulAsylum's post above. Scroll down to the LInux section.

https://community.norton.com/en/comment/7629781#comment-7629781

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

password_password:
avjohnnie:

I was unaware that the Core product is an Android Kernel based device?

Isn't some general Linux affected too?

peterweb:

Isn't some general Linux affected too?

Yes. Check the link in SoulAsylum's post above. Scroll down to the LInux section.

https://community.norton.com/en/comment/7629781#comment-7629781

I was implying that if the core was Linux based it could theoretically be affected and have not have an Android Kernel.

Kudos0

Re: BlueBorne

password_password:
Isn't some general Linux affected too?

Here's the web-link to RedHat's CVE-2017-1000251 - "Blueborne - Linux Kernel Remote Denial of Service in Bluetooth subsystem"

https://access.redhat.com/security/vulnerabilities/blueborne

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