Google’s Project Team has detected vulnerabilities in the Exynos modem, which is affecting various devices that features Samsung’s Exynos chipset in them. Because of these discovered 0-day vulnerabilities, many Galaxy, Pixel, Vivo, and other devices are in danger. These are the same that we have talked about in our previous article as well. Today, we will let you know which devices are affected by this vulnerability.
With the help of one of this vulnerability’s flaws, the hacker can access the device just with a phone number. Firstly, let us tell you which Exynos modems are being targeted. The affected ones’ names are Exynos Modem 5123, Exynos Modem 5300, Exynos 980, Exynos 1080, and Exynos Auto T5123. Samsung released security updates to overcome these flaws through multiple channels along with regular firmware updates.
Samsung Semiconductor has stated in that manner, “at the end of last year, we received a security issue notification for Google project zero, and Samsung has provided all customers with a patch version for this vulnerability, and the related issues have now been resolved.” Now let’s take a look at which devices, in particular, got in danger because of these 0-day vulnerabilities. All the devices’ names are listed below.
List of Samsung Galaxy devices that are affected
- Galaxy S22 series (S22, S22+, S22 Ultra)
- Galaxy A53
- Galaxy A33
- Galaxy A13
- Galaxy A12
- Galaxy A71
- Galaxy A21
- Galaxy A04 series
- Galaxy M33
- Galaxy M13
- Galaxy M12
- Galaxy Watch 4 series
- Galaxy Watch 5 series
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