A new warning has been issued by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT 2), which is part of the IT Ministry. Users of the Android operating system. Users of Android 10, Android 11, Android 12, and Android 12L are subject to a high severity warning. Multiple vulnerabilities in the operating system have been found, which might be exploited by a malicious user to steal sensitive data, gain higher privileges, and refuse services to the targeted system.
“These OS vulnerabilities are attributable to weaknesses in the framework, system component, media provider component, kernel component, mediatech component, Qualcomm components, Qualcomm closed source components, and system,” the advisory continues. An attacker could collect sensitive information, gain higher privileges, and restrict services to the targeted system if these vulnerabilities are successfully exploited.
Google The Android OS has already acknowledged these vulnerabilities and released a security patch earlier this month. According to the latest Android Security Bulletin 2022-05-01 or later the security patch level addresses all of these issues.
the most serious of these problems is a high security vulnerability in the framework component that can lead to local growth of privileges with the necessary user implementation privileges. The severity assessment is based on the impact that vulnerability will likely have on the affected device, assuming that the platform and service reductions are closed for development purposes or have been successfully bypassed.
The new version of the Android platform makes it more difficult to exploit for many problems on Android through enhancements. That’s why Google recommends that all users update to the latest version of Android wherever possible.
- The government has issued a warning to owners of Android smartphones
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