May 15, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech 0Comment

If you use one of Google’s Titan Security Keys for two-factor authentication, you probably think your account was as secure as it can be. On its website, in fact, Google promises that Titan Security Keys “are the same level of security used internally at Google” and “keep out anyone who shouldn’t have access to your online accounts.”

Make that most people. In a post on its security blog, Google divulged Wednesday that it has discovered a “misconfiguration” with the Bluetooth Low Energy version of its Titan Security Key that could allow a nearby attacker to “communicate with your security key, or communicate with the device to which your key is paired.”

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