Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Phone

Platform Information https://www.samsung.com/sec/smartphones/galaxy-note10/
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Category Mobile Device
End of Sales -
End of Life -
Wired Connection -
Wireless Connection Yes
Fingerprinting Source HOSTNAME MAC OUI NIC VENDOR DHCP
Added at Sep 10, 2019
Manufacturer Name SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.
Homepage http://www.samsung.com
Headquarters Korea (Republic of)
Business Status Ongoing

Platform’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
CVE-2019-17668
10/17/2019

MEDIUM
4.4
Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note10 devices allow unlock operations via unregistered fingerprints in certain situations involving a third-party screen protector.
Manufacturer’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
CVE-2018-16272
01/22/2020
CRITICAL
9.8
HIGH
7.5
The wpa_supplicant system service in Samsung Galaxy Gear series allows an unprivileged process to fully control the Wi-Fi interface, due to the lack of its D-Bus security policy configurations. This affects Tizen-based firmwares including Samsung Galaxy Gear series before build RE2.
CVE-2018-16271
01/22/2020
MEDIUM
6.5
LOW
3.3
The wemail_consumer_service (from the built-in application wemail) in Samsung Galaxy Gear series allows an unprivileged process to manipulate a user's mailbox, due to improper D-Bus security policy configurations. An arbitrary email can also be sent from the mailbox via the paired smartphone. This affects Tizen-based firmwares including Samsung Galaxy Gear series before build RE2.
CVE-2018-16270
01/22/2020
HIGH
7.5
MEDIUM
5
Samsung Galaxy Gear series before build RE2 includes the hcidump utility with no privilege or permission restriction. This allows an unprivileged process to dump Bluetooth HCI packets to an arbitrary file path.
CVE-2018-16269
01/22/2020
HIGH
7.5
MEDIUM
5
The wnoti system service in Samsung Galaxy Gear series allows an unprivileged process to take over the internal notification message data, due to improper D-Bus security policy configurations. This affects Tizen-based firmwares including Samsung Galaxy Gear series before build RE2.
CVE-2018-16268
01/22/2020
MEDIUM
4.3
LOW
3.3
The SoundServer/FocusServer system services in Tizen allow an unprivileged process to perform media-related system actions, due to improper D-Bus security policy configurations. Such actions include playing an arbitrary sound file or DTMF tones. This affects Tizen before 5.0 M1, and Tizen-based firmwares including Samsung Galaxy Gear series before build RE2.



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