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Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 16:12:28 +0000
From: fulldisc <fulldisc@...es.com>
To: Pentest Security Advisories <alerts@...test.co.uk>
Cc: Jordan Wiens <jwiens@...sp.nerdc.ufl.edu>, bugtraq@...urityfocus.com,
   full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com
Subject: Re: Re: Serious flaws in bluetooth security lead
	to disclosure of personal data


On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 10:21, Pentest Security Advisories wrote:
[...]
> No, you didn't misread - The T610, whilst still vulnerable to some
> attacks, does provide more protection
> of OBEX profiles. In this respect, it's better than the other phones /
> devices we've tested.
> 
> On the particular T610 that was tested, we found that whilst it was 
> possible to upload files to the phone we could not download files from
it.

It is very possible (and easy) to download (very) sensitive files from a
T610 as long as the MAC is known; no pairing necessary.  This is with
T610 Firmware rev R3C002 (latest).  Files include calendar and
phonebook.

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