Google is replacing its Titan Security Bluetooth keys due to a vulnerability which could allow attackers within range unauthorized access to use someone else's key.
The issue specifically affects Titans Security Keys’ BLE version that can be identified by either a T1 or T2 stamped on the back of the key.
A misconfiguration in the key’s Bluetooth pairing protocols allow an attacker to communicate with the security key or the device which the key was paired to in cases when the rightful user is attempting to pair their device under a specific set of circumstances, according to a May 15 Google security update.
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