Likely relevant, but also a great conversation starter about the many unknown risks of wireless protocols like wi-fi and bluetooth in general
No reason to (kernel) panic
The lack of details aside, there’s not much reason for people to worry about a vulnerability like this one. Like almost all Bluetooth security flaws, BleedingTooth requires proximity to a vulnerable device. It also requires highly specialized knowledge and works on only a tiny fraction of the world’s Bluetooth devices. Those limitations greatly reduce the number of people—if any—who are in a position to successfully carry out an attack.