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Unquoted Windows search path vulnerability in Toshiba Bluetooth Stack for Windows before 9.10.32(T) and Service Station before 2.2.14 allows local users to gain privileges via a Trojan horse application with a name composed of an initial substring of a path that contains a space character.
Unspecified vulnerability in Toshiba Bluetooth Stack before 4.20.01 has unspecified impact and attack vectors, related to the 4.20.01(T) "Security fix." NOTE: due to the lack of details in the vendor advisory, it is not clear whether this issue is related to CVE-2006-5405.
The TOSRFBD.SYS driver for Toshiba Bluetooth Stack 4.00.29 and earlier on Windows allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (reboot) via a L2CAP echo request that triggers an out-of-bounds memory access, similar to "Ping o' Death" and as demonstrated by BlueSmack. NOTE: this issue was originally reported for 4.00.23.
Directory traversal vulnerability in OBEX Push services in Toshiba Bluetooth Stack 4.00.23(T) and earlier allows remote attackers to upload arbitrary files to arbitrary remote locations specified by .. (dot dot) sequences, as demonstrated by ..\\ sequences in the RFILE argument of ussp-push.
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