Google has provided fix for the major Keyring vulnerability which has affected around 66% Android devices. Overall, if we count than Google has addressed 19 issues all over the OS. The March update for Android addresses six Critical issues, eight High issues, and two Moderate issues.
Here’s a list of issues fixed in this update:
|Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Mediaserver||CVE-2016-0815|
|Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities in libvpx||CVE-2016-1621||Critical|
|Elevation of Privilege in Conscrypt||CVE-2016-0818||Critical|
|Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in the Qualcomm|
|Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in MediaTek Wi-Fi Driver||CVE-2016-0820||Critical|
|Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in Keyring Component||CVE-2016-0728||Critical|
|Mitigation Bypass Vulnerability in the Kernel||CVE-2016-0821||High|
|Elevation of Privilege in MediaTek Connectivity Driver||CVE-2016-0822||High|
|Information Disclosure Vulnerability in Kernel||CVE-2016-0823||High|
|Information Disclosure Vulnerability in libstagefright||CVE-2016-0824||High|
|Information Disclosure Vulnerability in Widevine||CVE-2016-0825||High|
|Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in Mediaserver||CVE-2016-0826|
|Information Disclosure Vulnerability in Mediaserver||CVE-2016-0828|
|Remote Denial of Service Vulnerability in Bluetooth||CVE-2016-0830||High|
|Information Disclosure Vulnerability in Telephony||CVE-2016-0831||Moderate|
|Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in Setup Wizard||CVE-2016-0832||Moderate|
The source code patches for OEMs is also going live in next 24 hours. Well, Nexus devices will soon be getting the March security update.
Anyone here revealed the March Security update?