CVE-2021-1037

Published on: 01/14/2022 12:00:00 AM UTC

Last Modified on: 01/14/2022 09:37:00 PM UTC

The following vulnerability was found:

The broadcast that DevicePickerFragment sends when a new device is paired doesn't have any permission checks, so any app can register to listen for it. This lets apps keep track of what devices are paired without requesting BLUETOOTH permissions.Product: AndroidVersions: Android-10 Android-11 Android-12 Android-9Android ID: A-162951906

CVE References

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Android Automotive OS Update Bulletin—January 2022  |  Android Open Source Project source.android.com
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URL Logo MISC source.android.com/security/bulletin/aaos/2022-01-01

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