Just stumbled upon this article:
that reports on a vulnerability of Qualcomm Chipsets that is exploitable via WLAN.
I had a look at the list of SOCs with these issues and the FP2 SOC (MSM8974AB-AB) is not in there, so probably it’s not affected, but: The SOC used in the FP2 is fairly old and it could just be, that because of the age, it is no longer in the “list of supported SOCs” and therefore would be ommitted from the list of vulnerable SOCs.
Can somebody in this forum provide some insight? Would no-longer-supported SOCs still be listed in a security bulletin? Does somebody here have definitive information on whether the FP2 chipset could possibly be affected?
Or are we just lucky this time, because having old hardware sometimes has the advantage of not having new bugs?