Windows 10 comes with the updated these days that become game changers for Microsoft. A user will never imagine or examine when an update will grab some changes into your windows and make your PC useless. While Microsoft trying to fix things after the fact, often the damage is already done. Now, Microsoft is taking the initiative to warn users that an upcoming update may come with an issue that destroys Bluetooth connectivity to Windows PCs and no it’s not a bug but a feature.
Windows 10 Update Will Bluetooth Connections Intentionally
The updates are quite dangerous these days, they show as bug fixes that includes security patches for known vulnerabilities. One of those, however, this time, it comes with a flaw that described CVE-2019-2102 where Bluetooth Low Energy connections can be used to remotely send arbitrary keystrokes, all without any user interaction.
Windows 10 cumulative updates dating 11 June 2019 and later they fix this but still, there are some bugs inside it. According to Microsoft’s Own Bulletin, Bluetooth devices deemed unsecure will not be able to connect to Windows 10. There are no devices affected and Microsoft even mentions key fobs as potential candidates.
It might be possible that the users to hold off on installing the said updates but it also opens the different can of worms. For one, users won’t know which devices are affected until after the update is applied anyway. Just as important, not installing those updates could leave them vulnerable to other bugs as well.