Disclosure Date: August 21, 2020 (last updated September 04, 2020)
Some devices of Thales DIS (formerly Gemalto, formerly Cinterion) allow Directory Traversal by physically proximate attackers. The directory path access check of the internal flash file system can be circumvented. This flash file system can store application-specific data and data needed for customer Java applications, TLS and OTAP (Java over-the-air-provisioning) functionality. The affected products and releases are: BGS5 up to and including SW RN 02.000 / ARN 01.001.06 EHSx and PDSx up to and including SW RN 04.003 / ARN 01.000.04 ELS61 up to and including SW RN 02.002 / ARN 01.000.04 ELS81 up to and including SW RN 05.002 / ARN 01.000.04 PLS62 up to and including SW RN 02.000 / ARN 01.000.04
Disclosure Date: April 08, 2020 (last updated June 05, 2020)
An issue was discovered on XIAOMI XIAOAI speaker Pro LX06 1.52.4. Attackers can get root shell by accessing the UART interface and then they can (i) read Wi-Fi SSID or password, (ii) read the dialogue text files between users and XIAOMI XIAOAI speaker Pro LX06, (iii) use Text-To-Speech tools pretend XIAOMI speakers' voice achieve social engineering attacks, (iv) eavesdrop on users and record what XIAOMI XIAOAI speaker Pro LX06 hears, (v) modify system files, (vi) use commands to send any IR code through IR emitter on XIAOMI XIAOAI Speaker Pro LX06, (vii) stop voice assistant service, (viii) enable the XIAOMI XIAOAI Speaker Pro’ SSH or TELNET service as a backdoor, (IX) tamper with the router configuration of the router in the local area networks.
Disclosure Date: October 22, 2021 (last updated October 27, 2021)
In SecondStageMain of init.cpp, there is a possible use after free due to incorrect shared_ptr usage. This could lead to local escalation of privilege if the attacker has physical access to the device, with no additional execution privileges needed. User interaction is not needed for exploitation.Product: AndroidVersions: Android-11Android ID: A-184569329