Google released the Android Security Patch for March 2023 today, focusing on fixing two “critical” vulnerabilities, CVE-2023-20951 and CVE-2023-20954. Google officials did not disclose the details of the two vulnerabilities because most devices still have not deployed the update.
Attached is the relevant information about the Android Security Patch for March 2023:
Framework: 8 Security Vulnerabilities Reported, All “High Severity”
System: 8 security vulnerabilities are reported, 2 of which are rated as Critical and 16 are rated as High Risk
Google Play System Update: 5 Security Vulnerabilities Reported
Kernel: Report 1 vulnerability rated “High”
MediaTek Components: 3 Security Vulnerabilities Reported, All “High Severity”
UNISOC Components: 4 Security Vulnerabilities Reported, All Vulnerabilities Are “High Risk”
Qualcomm Components: 3 Security Vulnerabilities Reported, All “High Risk”
Qualcomm Closed Source Components: 18 Security Vulnerabilities were Reported, 2 Vulnerabilities Rated “Critical” and 16 Rated “High Severity”
Depending on the OEM, it may take a while for major OEMs to deploy the update after Google releases its monthly Android security Patch.