Researchers from Armis have disclosed a new Bluetooth vulnerability that allows attackers to easily execute apparently arbitrary code on Windows (without a Microsoft patch responding to the vulnerability), Android, Linux, and IOS. Patches for Android and Linux are being released now (though the Android ones will take a while to go through OEMs before they get to most users). Some of the CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) numbers are CVE-2017-0781, CVE-2017-0782, CVE-2017-0783, CVE-2017-0785, CVE-2017-1000251, CVE-2017-1000250, and CVE-2017-8628, if you're interested in seeing the details. I hope that the entertainment system (including the bluetooth connections) on the Prius is thoroughly isolated from the other electronics on the car, though that's certainly not the case on all cars. But does anybody know (a) what the Prius is really running and whether it would be vulnerable to one of these attacks, and (b) if the Prius is vulnerable, how and when Toyota would respond with patches?