The South-Korean tech giant, Samsung, is gearing up to launch another Fan Edition device on its Galaxy Tab S9 and Galaxy S23 Series soon. The company has recently launched the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 in the market. Ahead of the new Fan editions, the company has finally released the September 2023 security patch update details.
Samsung releases September 2023 One UI security details
According to Samsung’s documentation, the September 2023 security patch fixes 4 Critical and 19 High levels of CVEs levels of CVEs.
CVE-2022-40510, CVE-2023-35658, CVE-2023-35673, CVE-2023-35681
CVE-2020-29374, CVE-2023-20780, CVE-2023-21626, CVE-2023-35669, CVE-2023-35674, CVE-2023-35676, CVE-2023-35687, CVE-2023-35675, CVE-2023-35679, CVE-2023-35666, CVE-2023-35667, CVE-2023-35670, CVE-2023-35682, CVE-2023-35684, CVE-2023-35671, CVE-2023-35683, CVE-2023-35677, CVE-2023-21135, CVE-2023-21118
Already included in previous updates
Not applicable to Samsung devices
CVE-2022-34830, CVE-2023-21264, CVE-2023-28537, CVE-2023-22666, CVE-2023-28555, CVE-2023-35665, CVE-2023-35664, CVE-2023-35680.
The latest One UI security patch includes fixes for an improper authorization in Samsung Keyboard, SecSettings, Dual Messenger, Knox AI, One UI Home and more.