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Bluetooth Low Energy – unexpected public key crash (SweynTooth)
Bluetooth Low Energy – invalid connection request (SweynTooth)
Release Date: Feb. 28, 2020
CC254x OAD: AES-CBC MAC verification vulnerability
CC254x OAD: AES CTR crypto implementation vulnerability
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