BlueBorne Security Vulnerability Update

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BlueBorne is an attack vector that exploits Bluetooth connections to target and control devices.

Zebra takes security seriously and recommends that customers update to the latest BSP and accept monthly patches to minimize security risk.

BlueBorne may affect computers, mobile phones, and other IoT devices running both Android and Windows operating systems. WinCE and Windows Embedded Hand Held devices are not affected. Printer products, Link-OS printers and CAG specials released after January 1st, 2013, are not susceptible to this form of attack (please see the Zebra Printers and BlueBorne statement for more information). 

Patches for BlueBorne are available today.  Please check the bulletin for specific device availability.

Download the Updates 

ET50  GMS | Non-GMS
ET55
  GMS | Non-GMS
MC18 | All
MC32 | All
MC36 GMS (2D)
MC40  Voice | FIPS
MC67  Premium | FIPS
MC92  Premium
TC51  GMS | Non-GMS
TC55 GMS | Non-GMS
TC56  GMS | Non-GMS
TC70  GMS | Non-GMS | GMS FIPS | Non-GMS FIPS
TC70x  GMS | Non-GMS
TC75  GMS | Non-GMS | FIPS
TC75x  GMS | Non-GMS
TC8000 GMS | Non-GMS
WT6000 | All

Disclaimer: Zebra makes every attempt to release security updates on or about the time that Google releases its respective security bulletin. However, delivery time of security updates may vary depending on the region, product model, and third party software suppliers. Under some circumstances, the OS must be updated to the latest maintenance release prior to installing the security updates. Individual product updates will provide specific guidance.

Unless otherwise noted, there have been no reports of active customer exploitation or abuse from these newly reported issues.



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