Pixel 6 and Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Along With Other Android 12 Devices are Prone to ‘ Dirty Pipe ‘ Bugadmin
Google Pixel 6, Samsung Galaxy S22, and a lot more devices operating on Android 12 are on the verge of being severely affected by a bug called ‘ Dirty Pipe. This recent bug can obtain information for the system and can duplicate the data from the system. The Recent bug that can affect anything was invented while researching for Pixel 6. As per the reports, Google was already informed about its invention and suggested a security patch.
Kellermann from a Germany-based Web development company had already seen the Dirt Pipe bug. After the declaration of this security bug, other major researchers also started their study and the impact it could have on the system. The Fault was majorly stated as CVE-2022-0847. After the rigorous examination of the bug that occurred in the Linux Kernel, it was found out that there were problems in the other Linux versions as well. Linux 5.16.11,5.15.25 as well as 5.10.102 have caught a bug called dirty Cow and are very easy to gain access to.
The bug named Dirty COW has majorly affected the updates of Linux Kernel which were developed before 2018. The Bug has affected Android users as well after that Google has fixed the issues by implementing security strategies in December 2016. The Dirt Pipe can help the hackers in obtaining information from the system and developing illegal accounts and can help in catching and retrieving the back way information. It is believed that smartphone users will also be exposed to this vulnerability. However, the latest version of android is not developed using the Linux Kernel which makes it a positive point for the users that they are not prone to catch the bug.