Directory traversal vulnerability in the OBEX FTP Service in the Microsoft Bluetooth stack in Windows Mobile 6 Professional, and probably Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC and 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition, allows remote authenticated users to list arbitrary directories, and create or read arbitrary files, via a .. (dot dot) in a pathname. NOTE: this can be leveraged for code execution by writing to a Startup folder.
CVSS Severity (version 2.0):
Impact Subscore: 10.0
Exploitability Subscore: 6.8
CVSS Version 2 Metrics:
Access Vector: Network exploitable; Victim must voluntarily interact with attack mechanism
Access Complexity: Medium
Authentication: Required to exploit
Impact Type: Allows unauthorized disclosure of information; Allows unauthorized modification; Allows disruption of service
"Non vulnerable products: Windows Mobile devices 5.0 and 6 not using Microsoft Bluetooth Stack (for example: ASUS P525, ASUS P535, ... using Widcomm/Broadcom Bluetooth Stack)"
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20090119 Microsoft Bluetooth Stack OBEX Directory Traversal