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CVE-2020-9914 An input validation issue existed in Bluetooth. This issue was addressed with improved input validation. This issue is fixed in iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6, tvOS 13.4.8. An attacker in a privileged network position may be able to perform denial of service attack using malformed Bluetooth packets.
CVE-2020-9770 A logic issue was addressed with improved state management. This issue is fixed in iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4. An attacker in a privileged network position may be able to intercept Bluetooth traffic.
CVE-2020-6616 Some Broadcom chips mishandle Bluetooth random-number generation because a low-entropy Pseudo Random Number Generator (PRNG) is used in situations where a Hardware Random Number Generator (HRNG) should have been used to prevent spoofing. This affects, for example, Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note8 devices with the BCM4361 chipset. The Samsung ID is SVE-2020-16882 (May 2020).
CVE-2020-12856 OpenTrace, as used in COVIDSafe through v1.0.17, TraceTogether, ABTraceTogether, and other applications on iOS and Android, allows remote attackers to conduct long-term re-identification attacks and possibly have unspecified other impact, because of how Bluetooth is used.
CVE-2020-12717 The COVIDSafe (Australia) app 1.0 and 1.1 for iOS allows a remote attacker to crash the app, and consequently interfere with COVID-19 contact tracing, via a Bluetooth advertisement containing manufacturer data that is too short. This occurs because of an erroneous OpenTrace manuData.subdata call. The ABTraceTogether (Alberta), ProteGO (Poland), and TraceTogether (Singapore) apps were also affected.
CVE-2019-9506 The Bluetooth BR/EDR specification up to and including version 5.1 permits sufficiently low encryption key length and does not prevent an attacker from influencing the key length negotiation. This allows practical brute-force attacks (aka "KNOB") that can decrypt traffic and inject arbitrary ciphertext without the victim noticing.
CVE-2019-8711 A logic issue existed with the display of notification previews. This issue was addressed with improved validation. This issue is fixed in iOS 13. Notification previews may show on Bluetooth accessories even when previews are disabled.
CVE-2019-13143 An HTTP parameter pollution issue was discovered on Shenzhen Dragon Brothers Fingerprint Bluetooth Round Padlock FB50 2.3. With the user ID, user name, and the lock's MAC address, anyone can unbind the existing owner of the lock, and bind themselves instead. This leads to complete takeover of the lock. The user ID, name, and MAC address are trivially obtained from APIs found within the Android or iOS application. With only the MAC address of the lock, any attacker can transfer ownership of the lock from the current user, over to the attacker's account. Thus rendering the lock completely inaccessible to the current user.
CVE-2018-5383 Bluetooth firmware or operating system software drivers in macOS versions before 10.13, High Sierra and iOS versions before 11.4, and Android versions before the 2018-06-05 patch may not sufficiently validate elliptic curve parameters used to generate public keys during a Diffie-Hellman key exchange, which may allow a remote attacker to obtain the encryption key used by the device.
CVE-2018-4215 An issue was discovered in certain Apple products. iOS before 11.4 is affected. The issue involves the "Bluetooth" component. It allows attackers to gain privileges or cause a denial of service (buffer overflow) via a crafted app.
CVE-2018-4095 An issue was discovered in certain Apple products. iOS before 11.2.5 is affected. tvOS before 11.2.5 is affected. watchOS before 4.2.2 is affected. The issue involves the "Core Bluetooth" component. It allows attackers to execute arbitrary code in a privileged context or cause a denial of service (memory corruption) via a crafted app.
CVE-2018-4087 An issue was discovered in certain Apple products. iOS before 11.2.5 is affected. tvOS before 11.2.5 is affected. watchOS before 4.2.2 is affected. The issue involves the "Core Bluetooth" component. It allows attackers to execute arbitrary code in a privileged context or cause a denial of service (memory corruption) via a crafted app.
CVE-2017-8403 360fly 4K cameras allow unauthenticated Wi-Fi password changes and complete access with REST by using the Bluetooth Low Energy pairing procedure, which is available at any time and does not require a password. This affects firmware 2.1.4. Exploitation can use the 360fly Android or iOS application, or the BlueZ gatttool program.
CVE-2017-7131 An issue was discovered in certain Apple products. iOS before 11 is affected. The issue involves the "Bluetooth" component. It allows attackers to obtain sensitive Contact card information via a crafted app.
CVE-2017-14315 In Apple iOS 7 through 9, due to a BlueBorne flaw in the implementation of LEAP (Low Energy Audio Protocol), a large audio command can be sent to a targeted device and lead to a heap overflow with attacker-controlled data. Since the audio commands sent via LEAP are not properly validated, an attacker can use this overflow to gain full control of the device through the relatively high privileges of the Bluetooth stack in iOS. The attack bypasses Bluetooth access control; however, the default "Bluetooth On" value must be present in Settings.
CVE-2016-6539 The Trackr device ID is constructed of a manufacturer identifier of four zeroes followed by the BLE MAC address in reverse. The MAC address can be obtained by being in close proximity to the Bluetooth device, effectively exposing the device ID. The ID can be used to track devices. Updated apps, version 5.1.6 for iOS and 2.2.5 for Android, have been released by the vendor to address the vulnerabilities in CVE-2016-6538, CVE-2016-6539, CVE-2016-6540 and CVE-2016-6541.
CVE-2015-1106 The QuickType feature in the Keyboards subsystem in Apple iOS before 8.3 allows physically proximate attackers to discover passcodes by reading the lock screen during use of a Bluetooth keyboard.
CVE-2014-4354 Apple iOS before 8 enables Bluetooth during all upgrade actions, which makes it easier for remote attackers to bypass intended access restrictions via a Bluetooth session.
  
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