OnePlus 7 Pro Phone

Platform Information https://www.oneplus.com/7pro#/specs
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Type Mobile Device
End of Sales -
End of Life -
Wired Connection -
Wireless Connection Yes
Fingerprinting Source DHCP MAC OUI NIC VENDOR HOSTNAME
Added at Jun 11, 2019
Manufacturer Name OnePlus Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd
Homepage https://oneplus.net/
Headquarters China
Business Status Ongoing


Platform’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
CVE-2020-7958
04/14/2020
MEDIUM
6
LOW
2.1
An issue was discovered on OnePlus 7 Pro devices before 10.0.3.GM21BA. The firmware was found to contain functionality that allows a privileged user (root) in the Rich Execution Environment (REE) to obtain bitmap images from the fingerprint sensor because of Leftover Debug Code. The issue is that the Trusted Application (TA) supports an extended number of commands beyond what is needed to implement a fingerprint authentication system compatible with Android. An attacker who is in the position to send commands to the TA (for example, the root user) is able to send a sequence of these commands that will result in the TA sending a raw fingerprint image to the REE. This means that the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) no longer protects identifiable fingerprint data from the REE.

Manufacturer’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
CVE-2020-7958
04/14/2020
MEDIUM
6
LOW
2.1
An issue was discovered on OnePlus 7 Pro devices before 10.0.3.GM21BA. The firmware was found to contain functionality that allows a privileged user (root) in the Rich Execution Environment (REE) to obtain bitmap images from the fingerprint sensor because of Leftover Debug Code. The issue is that the Trusted Application (TA) supports an extended number of commands beyond what is needed to implement a fingerprint authentication system compatible with Android. An attacker who is in the position to send commands to the TA (for example, the root user) is able to send a sequence of these commands that will result in the TA sending a raw fingerprint image to the REE. This means that the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) no longer protects identifiable fingerprint data from the REE.
CVE-2017-5947
03/29/2018
MEDIUM
6.8
MEDIUM
4.6
An issue was discovered in OnePlus One, X, 2, 3, 3T, and 5 devices with OxygenOS 5.0 and earlier. The attacker can reboot the device into the Qualcomm Emergency Download (EDL) mode through ADB or by using Volume-Up when connected to USB, which in turn could allow for downgrading partitions such as the Android Bootloader.
CVE-2017-11105
08/03/2017
CRITICAL
9.8
HIGH
10
The OnePlus 2 Primary Bootloader (PBL) does not validate the SBL1 partition before executing it, although it contains a certificate. This allows attackers with write access to that partition to disable signature validation.
CVE-2017-8851
05/11/2017
MEDIUM
5.9
MEDIUM
4.3
An issue was discovered on OnePlus One and X devices. Due to a lenient updater-script on the OnePlus One and X OTA images, the fact that both products use the same OTA verification keys, and the fact that both products share the same 'ro.build.product' system property, attackers can install OTAs of one product over the other, even on locked bootloaders. That could theoretically allow for exploitation of vulnerabilities patched on one image but not on the other, in addition to expansion of the attack surface. Moreover, the vulnerability may result in having the device unusable until a Factory Reset is performed. This vulnerability can be exploited by Man-in-the-Middle (MiTM) attackers targeting the update process. This is possible because the update transaction does not occur over TLS (CVE-2016-10370). In addition, physical attackers can reboot the phone into recovery, and then use 'adb sideload' to push the OTA.
CVE-2017-8850
05/11/2017
MEDIUM
5.9
MEDIUM
4.3
An issue was discovered on OnePlus One, X, 2, 3, and 3T devices. Due to a lenient updater-script in the OnePlus OTA images, and the fact that both ROMs use the same OTA verification keys, attackers can install HydrogenOS over OxygenOS and vice versa, even on locked bootloaders, which allows for exploitation of vulnerabilities patched on one image but not on the other, in addition to expansion of the attack surface. This vulnerability can be exploited by Man-in-the-Middle (MiTM) attackers targeting the update process. This is possible because the update transaction does not occur over TLS (CVE-2016-10370). In addition, physical attackers can reboot the phone into recovery, and then use 'adb sideload' to push the OTA (on OnePlus 3/3T 'Secure Start-up' must be off).



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