|CVE IDs||Description||Base Score||Vector|
|CVE‑2021‑1068||NVIDIA SHIELD TV contains a vulnerability in the NVDEC component, in which an attacker can read from or write to a memory location that is outside the intended boundary of the buffer, which may lead to denial of service or escalation of privileges.||7.8||AV:L/AC:L/PR:N/UI:R/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H|
|CVE‑2021‑1069||NVIDIA SHIELD TV contains a vulnerability in the
|CVE‑2021‑1067||NVIDIA SHIELD TV contains a vulnerability in the implementation of the RPMB command status, in which an attacker can write to the Write Protect Configuration Block, which may lead to denial of service or escalation of privileges.||5.7||AV:P/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:L/I:H/A:L|
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The following table lists the NVIDIA software products affected, versions affected, and the updated version available that includes this security update. Download the updates through Settings>About>System update.
|Software Product||Operating System||Affected Versions||Updated Version|
|SHIELD TV||Android-P||Shield Experience prior to 8.2.2||Shield Experience Upgrade 8.2.2|
SHIELD TV upgrade version 8.2.2 includes the Android™ Security Patch level 2020-12-05. For more information about what is included in Android security patch levels, refer to the Android Security Bulletins.
Earlier releases of this product are also affected. If you are using an earlier release, upgrade to the latest release.
None. See Security Updates for the version to install.
NVIDIA thanks following individuals for reporting the issues.
- CVE‑2021‑1067 - Rotem Sela and Brian Mastenbrook of Western Digital
- CVE‑2021‑1068 - NVIDIA Product Security Team
- CVE‑2021‑1069 - Billy Laws
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