Google Says Titan Security Keys Could Be Hacked; Offers Free Replacement

Google Says Titan Security Keys Could Be Hacked; Offers Free Replacement

Today Google has announced a security flaw in its Bluetooth Titan Security Key that is used for 2-factor authentication. The security flaw could allow hackers in close proximity to bypass the security mechanism and connect their own devices.


Google says that the flaw exists “due to a misconfiguration in the Titan Security Keys’ Bluetooth pairing protocols.” The company is offering a free replacement to all those who have the affected Titan Bluetooth keys.


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