CertiK, on Wednesday, claimed that it found a vulnerability with the Solana Saga phone.
Saga is an Android device — the first being offered by Solana.
The auditor said in a post on X that the phone has a bootloader vulnerability. Essentially, a backdoor can supposedly be installed on the phone allowing the initial software responsible for the starting of the device to be compromised.
“The boot loader is unlocked and software integrity cannot be guaranteed. Any data stored on the device may be available to attackers, Do not store any sensitive data on the device,” a screengrab from CertiK’s accompanying video shows the Solana phone’s screen following the backdoor install.
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