Researchers at Armis Labs on Tuesday detailed a new attack vector which they claim can potentially affect all devices with Bluetooth capabilities. Armis, a firm that focuses on Internet of Things security, is calling it BlueBorne. The attack vector reportedly allows an attacker to take complete control of a device, access corporate data and networks, infiltrate “secure” air-gapped networks, create large botnets out of IoT devices and more. It's also highly infectious and can spread malware to nearby devices. Armis says it affects computers running Windows and Linux as well as IoT gadgets and mobile devices powered by Android and iOS. A list of affected devices
can be found on Armis' website.