CVE-2022-40847 There is a command injection vulnerability in the function formSetFixTools in Tenda W15Ev2 V15.11.0.10(1576).

CVE-2022-40847 There is a command injection vulnerability in the function formSetFixTools in Tenda W15Ev2 V15.11.0.10(1576).

Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to gain remote access, install other malicious software, or simply hijack the session of the targeted device.

It is recommended that users update their firmware to V15.11.0.10 or later as soon as possible.

CVE Solution: Lucky Patcher is a utility app that comes pre-installed on many Android-based devices. It is available for download from Google Play and other official sources. Lucky Patcher is a powerful app that can be used for numerous purposes such as installing root access, unblocking apps, improving performance, modifying system settings, and much more. In addition to these core features, Lucky Patcher comes pre-loaded with an app called ‘Command Injection’. With this app, users can execute arbitrary commands on their Android device. This can be exploited by attackers to gain access to private data, install other malicious apps, or even hijack device sessions. Therefore, it is highly recommended that users update their firmware to V15.11.0.10 or later as soon as possible. As a general rule, it is better to update your device’s firmware than to install Lucky Patcher.

How to Update Your Device’s Firmware

In order to update your device’s firmware, you must first download the latest version of the software. Once you have downloaded the software, it is important that you are running the most up-to-date version. To check this, go to Settings > System Update and tap ‘Check for Updates’. Next, select ‘Update now’ and follow the on-screen instructions to install the update.

Installing Lucky Patcher on Android is risky

Lucky Patcher is a powerful app, but there are certain risks associated with using it. For example, Lucky Patcher can be a security risk and can even lead to the installation of other malicious software on your device. If you are not familiar with how to use the app or if you don’t know what you’re doing, installing Lucky Patcher may cause issues for your Android device. It is always safer to just update your firmware instead of using Lucky Patcher.

References: https://www.luckypatcher.net/firmwares


https://www.luckypatcher.net/app/cmd-injection

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