I read the news about Google's warning of "Zero-Click Bluetooth Flaws in Linux-based Devices," and I am wondering if we can protect our equipment.
If our equipment is all up to date and patched, and we have a properly configured firewall, are we still vulnerable when there are flaws in the software like Zero-Click Bluetooth of the current Kernel?
I think it was a little over a year a go that that CVE-2019-17666 was found/announced by Nico Waisman. This was another bug in the kernel that affected Realtek Wireless cards. Apparently the bug had been in Kernel drivers for years. So, I wonder if a person who is a target or organized hackers (perhaps journalists or celebrities) if their it person had the system patched up as it should, could they still be hacked through vulnerabilities like these?
P.S. hey itpro.tv team, please publish a webinar in which you test for the buffer overflows vulnerabilities of these drivers, the bluetooth and Realtekk wireless cards, as well as to how would you penetrate a system through these.