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Kr00k Vulnerability / CVE-2019-15126 via OnePlus 7T Pro

  1. nofoo
    Froyo Feb 27, 2020


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  2. ngydat
    KitKat Feb 27, 2020

    ngydat , Feb 27, 2020 :
    Well, you're in a users' forum so you're just asking to a bunch of users like you.
    Therefore, our guess is as good as yours.
     

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    Sheppards likes this.
  3. nofoo
    Froyo Feb 27, 2020

    nofoo , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Feb 27, 2020 :
    As also OP employees are posting here or writing me when i post about bugs i am pretty sure they also read in the forums.
    But is there a better way to ask such kinds of questions directly to them? I would love to go another way if the chance is higher to get an answer.
     

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  4. harshil1903
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 28, 2020

    harshil1903 , via OnePlus 7T , Feb 28, 2020 :
    Yes, by using the feedback section
     

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    nofoo likes this.
  5. nofoo
    Froyo Feb 28, 2020


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  6. Loveit
    KitKat Feb 28, 2020

    Loveit , Feb 28, 2020 :
    There is a chance someone will know and will be able to answer. A valid and important thread indeed.
     

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    nofoo likes this.
  7. nofoo
    Froyo Mar 2, 2020

    nofoo , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Mar 2, 2020 :
    lol... asking me for device logs to be able to answer. What the actual ****? Don't they know which chipsets are in their mobile devices?

    Really i am losing my last bit of trust in OnePlus lately.
     

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  8. G1580215787615
    Cupcake Mar 2, 2020

    G1580215787615 , Mar 2, 2020 :
    Re: CVE-2019-15126
    Is the OP 7pro affected by the kr00k
    WPA2 encryption vulnerability ( https://www.eset.com/int/kr00k/ ) and if so, are fixes planned, as that vuln can only be fixed by firmware updates; when can we expect a solution?
    73s and regards
     

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