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CVE-2016-11047
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-07
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with JBP(4.2) and KK(4.4) (Marvell chipsets) software. The ACIPC-MSOCKET driver allows local privilege escalation via a stack-based buffer overflow. The Samsung ID is SVE-2016-5393 (April 2016).
CVE-2016-11048
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-07
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with L(5.0/5.1) (Spreadtrum or Marvell chipsets) software. There is a Factory Reset Protection (FRP) bypass. The Samsung ID is SVE-2016-5421 (March 2016).
CVE-2016-11049
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-07
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with software through 2016-01-16 (Shannon333/308/310 chipsets). The IMEI may be retrieved and modified because of an error in managing key information. The Samsung ID is SVE-2016-5435 (March 2016).
CVE-2016-11050
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-07
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with S3(KK), Note2(KK), S4(L), Note3(L), and S5(L) software. An attacker can rewrite the IMEI by flashing crafted firmware. The Samsung ID is SVE-2016-5562 (March 2016).
CVE-2016-11051
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-07
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with J(4.2) (Qualcomm Wi-Fi chipsets) software. There is a buffer overflow in the Qualcomm WLAN Driver. The Samsung ID is SVE-2016-5326 (February 2016).