1. Google Recalls Physical Security Keys After Discovery of Bluetooth Vulnerability  Gizmodo
  2. Google warns Bluetooth Titan security keys can be hijacked by nearby hackers  Ars Technica
  3. Google is replacing Bluetooth Titan Security Keys because of a vulnerability  The Verge
  4. Google Titan's Bluetooth Security Key Can Be Used to Hack Paired Devices  Tom's Hardware
  5. Google finds flaw in Bluetooth Titan Security Keys, will provide free replacements  Android Police
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Attackers can connect their own device to Bluetooth-enabled keys used for 2fa.Attackers can connect their own device to Bluetooth-enabled keys used for 2fa.

Google warns Bluetooth Titan security keys can be hijacked by nearby hackers | Ars Technica

Attackers can connect their own device to Bluetooth-enabled keys used for 2fa.Attackers can connect their own device to Bluetooth-enabled keys used for 2fa.

Google warns Bluetooth Titan security keys can be hijacked by nearby hackers | Ars Technica

Google released the Titan Security Key last year, as part of the company's growing focus on two-factor authentication. The kit comes with a USB Type-A key... by Corbin Davenport in Google, News, SecurityGoogle released the Titan Security Key last year, as part of the company's growing focus on two-factor authentication. The kit comes with a USB Type-A key... by Corbin Davenport in Google, News, Security

Google finds flaw in Bluetooth Titan Security Keys, will provide free replacements

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 (and specifically difficult to pull off) circumstances.Doesn’t affect Titan USB keys

Google is replacing Bluetooth Titan Security Keys because of a vulnerability - The Verge

“Google tells me Microsoft discovered the Bluetooth vulnerability that’s leading Google to replace Titan Security Keys. Disclosed to companies that make affected products and so we have today’s coordinated disclosure. Feitian keys are also affected. https://t.co/2H0GSnDVkV”

Dieter Bohn on Twitter: "Google tells me Microsoft discovered the Bluetooth vulnerability that’s leading Google to replace Titan Security Keys. Disclosed to companies that make affected products and so we have today’s coordinated disclosure. Feitian keys are also affected. https://t.co/2H0GSnDVkV… https://t.co/RTX4Nzp5DF"

“Google uncovers Bluetooth vulnerability in Titan Security Key https://t.co/4nsCQGLQvG”

Kyle Wiggers on Twitter: "Google uncovers Bluetooth vulnerability in Titan Security Key https://t.co/4nsCQGLQvG"

“Google says the low-energy version of its Titan security keys can be hacked over Bluetooth https://t.co/FWaeu3vo3L”

Gerrit De Vynck on Twitter: "Google says the low-energy version of its Titan security keys can be hacked over Bluetooth https://t.co/FWaeu3vo3L"

“Google is replacing Titan Security Keys — authentication devices used for the most secure login processes today — because of a vulnerability exposed by its Bluetooth wireless connection. https://t.co/yRS3fd3mpd from @alfredwkng”

Stephen Shankland on Twitter: "Google is replacing Titan Security Keys — authentication devices used for the most secure login processes today — because of a vulnerability exposed by its Bluetooth wireless connection. https://t.co/yRS3fd3mpd from @alfredwkng"

Vulnerability in Bluetooth pairing protocol forces Google to replace Titan keys sold in the US.Vulnerability in Bluetooth pairing protocol forces Google to replace Titan keys sold in the US.

Google to replace faulty Titan security keys | ZDNet

The security flaw affects the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) versions of the security key. Google is offering replacementsThe security flaw affects the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) versions of the security key. Google is offering replacements

Google Titan's Bluetooth Security Key Can Be Used to Hack Paired Devices

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

Google warns Titan Security Key has Bluetooth bug that leaves it vulnerable - CNET

Google offered free replacements of its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys after it found that nearby attackers could access them.Google offered free replacements of its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys after it found that nearby attackers could access them.

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 o...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 o...

Google recalls some Titan security keys after finding Bluetooth vulnerability

Google will replace any Titan BLE branded security key, after disclosing that a nearby attacker could use it to compromise your accounts.Google will replace any Titan BLE branded security key, after disclosing that a nearby attacker could use it to compromise your accounts.

A configuration flaw was found in the Bluetooth version of Google's Titan Key and you need to get your free replacement ASAP.A configuration flaw was found in the Bluetooth version of Google's Titan Key and you need to get your free replacement ASAP.

Flaw found in Bluetooth Titan Security Keys but Google is replacing them for free | Android Central

Google says that it's uncovered a vulnerability in Bluetooth-enabled models of its Titan Security Key. It's offering affected customers a refund.Google says that it's uncovered a vulnerability in Bluetooth-enabled models of its Titan Security Key. It's offering affected customers a refund.

Google uncovers Bluetooth vulnerability in Titan Security Key | VentureBeat

Bluetooth has caused an issue with the Titan Security Key and as a result Google is replacing all keys due to the vulnerability.Bluetooth has caused an issue with the Titan Security Key and as a result Google is replacing all keys due to the vulnerability.

Google will replace Bluetooth Titan Security Keys due to a security flaw

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 the bug is due to a “misconfiguration in the Titan Security Keys’ Bluetooth pairing protocols” and that even the faulty keys […]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 the bug is due to a “misconfiguration in the Titan Security Keys’ Bluetooth pairing protocols” and that even the faulty keys […]

Google discloses security bug in its Bluetooth Titan Security Keys, offers free replacement – TechCrunch

Google disclosed a local proximity vulnerability impacting Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Titan Security Keys sold in the U.S. stemming from a Google disclosed a local proximity vulnerability impacting Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Titan Security Keys sold in the U.S. stemming from a "misconfiguration in the Titan Security Keys' Bluetooth pairing protocols."

Google Discloses Bluetooth Flaw in Titan Security Key, Issues Recall