Toshiba Issues Fix for Bluetooth Driver Flaw
David Maynor and Jon "Johnny Cache" Ellch, the two hackers at the center of a Apple MacBook WiFi flaw disclosure controversy, have been credited with helping to fix a "high risk" vulnerability in the Toshiba Bluetooth wireless device driver used by several PC vendors.
The duo, who blew the whistle on wireless driver vulnerabilities at the Black Hat Briefings in August, are listed in the credits of an alert from Atlanta-based SecureWorks that warns about code execution holes in the Toshiba Bluetooth memory stack. Toshiba Issues Fix for Bluetooth Driver Flaw
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