The Motorola PEBL U6, the Motorola V600, and possibly the Motorola E398 and other Motorola phones allow remote attackers to add an entry for their own Bluetooth device to a target device's list of trusted devices (aka Device History), and possibly obtain AT level access to the target device, by initiating and interrupting an OBEX Push Profile that pretends to send a vCard, aka a "HeloMoto" attack.
Max CVSS
5.0
EPSS Score
0.54%
Published
2006-03-23
Updated
2018-10-18
Buffer overflow in the Motorola PEBL U6 08.83.76R, and possibly other Motorola P2K-based phones, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (device shutdown), and possibly execute arbitrary code, via a long OBEX setpath to the OBEX File Transfer (aka FTP) service on Bluetooth channel 9.
Max CVSS
7.8
EPSS Score
7.88%
Published
2006-03-23
Updated
2018-10-18
The Motorola PEBL U6 08.83.76R, the Motorola V600, and possibly the Motorola E398 and other Motorola P2K-based phones does not require pairing for a connection related to the Headset Audio Gateway service, which allows user-assisted remote attackers to obtain AT level access and view phonebook entries and saved SMS messages by connecting on Bluetooth channel 3 and tricking the user into pressing Grant, aka a "Blueline" attack. NOTE: while user-assisted, the attack is made more feasible because of a GUI misrepresentation issue that allows a default message to be replaced by an attacker-specified one.
Max CVSS
6.8
EPSS Score
13.52%
Published
2006-03-23
Updated
2018-10-18
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