Securing Bluetooth Devices - Cybersecurity Tip from Liquid Web

October 22, 2019 Liquid Web

Older versions of bluetooth protocol leave room for others to eavesdrop on your conversations, music, or whatever else may be transmitting onto your headphone, watch, or peripheral accessory. If you don't have the latest tech or protocol, update your device firmware to stay secure, and make sure to change the default security pin for accessing the hardware.

Cybersecurity Tip by Antuan Rivera from Liquid Web.

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