A series of critical vulnerabilities have been discovered in Qualcomm chipsets that could allow hackers to compromise Android devices remotely just by sending malicious packets over-the-air with no user interaction.
- These flaws have been fixed on Android, so make sure your phone is up to date.
- These vulnerabilities are not being exploited in the wild.
- The researcher that discovered these flaws has not disclosed his research and will not until he is sure that all affected devices have been patched.
- The researcher only tested the flaw on Google Pixel 2/3 devices.
Original Advisory: QualPwn