OnePlus 6 has bootloader flaw that allows aribtrary or modified images to boot even when locked

  • A locked bootloader is supposed to protect the original software loaded on your phone, preventing you from booting arbitrary or modified images placed on the device. However, a vulnerability with the bootloader on the OnePlus 6 will allow you to boot arbitrary or modified images even if the bootloader is locked. This flaw was discovered by XDA member Jason Donenfeld, who is president of Edge Security LLC.
    To take advantage of the vulnerability, a hacker needs to not only have physical access to your OnePlus 6, he also has to have your phone hooked up with a PC. From …

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