Cracks appear in Bluetooth security

Security experts in the U.K. have discovered serious flaws in some Bluetooth-enabled phones, prompting Nokia to recommend precautionary measures. According to A.L. Digital in London, Nokia models 6310, 6310(i), 8910 and 8910(i) allow intruders to steal confidential information such as address book or even use the phone to make expensive calls.

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