Several zero day vulnerabilities are plaguing Android devices with Samsung chips, warns Google

Google is warning that some Samsung-powered Android (opens in new tab) devices are suffering from high-severity vulnerabilities which allow threat actors to compromise the endpoints remotely without user interaction.

In a blog post (opens in new tab) published on the Project Zero website earlier this week, Google’s researchers said that they reported 18 zero-day vulnerabilities found in Samsung’s Exynos Modems in late 2022 and early 2023. Of those 18, four are high-severity, allowing for internet-to-baseband remote code execution.