The Korean manufacturer has started to distribute the hotfix
Last week, Google has discovered unpatched vulnerability in Android, which is available in the popular flagships Xiaomi, Samsung and Huawei. And now, Samsung has confirmed the presence of two dozen vulnerabilities in the security system, which covers 40 million smartphone users flagship series Galaxy S and Galaxy Note. This was reported by Forbes.
Vulnerabilities observed in recent years, including the new flagship — Galaxy S8, S9, S10, S10e, S10 Plus, S10 5G, Note9, Note10 Note10 and Plus.
Of the 21 recognized vulnerabilities are critical and three of them are marked as having an increased risk. 17 vulnerabilities affect the original shell One UI and the four settled at the level of the operating system Android.
The critical vulnerability, including smartphones series Galaxy S9 and Note9, and their company has sold more than 40 million.
Samsung has started to distribute updates with some security fixes. The October update also includes a patch from Google.