Technology News Desk!! Google’s security teams have found 18 zero-day vulnerabilities in Samsung Exynos chips. These are used in many top Android smartphones and wearables, which could put those devices at risk. Google’s Project Zero head Tim Willis said in a blog post that four of the most serious of these vulnerabilities allow Internet-to-baseband remote code execution. Tests by Project Zero confirmed that those four vulnerabilities allow an attacker to remotely compromise a phone at the baseband level without any user interaction. All it requires is that the attacker knows the victim’s phone number. Until security updates are available, users who wish to protect themselves from baseband remote code execution vulnerabilities in Samsung’s Exynos chipset can turn off Wi-Fi calling and Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE), Willis said. can do.
Turning off these settings will remove the risk of these vulnerabilities, he added. Google expects the patch’s timeline to vary per manufacturer, and affected Pixel devices have already been fixed. Google said, as always, we encourage end users to update their devices as soon as possible to ensure they are running the latest builds, which fix both disclosed and undisclosed security vulnerabilities. Are.