Exploitation does not require user interaction.
To prevent attackers from actively exploiting the two vulnerabilities, [CVE-2023-20951] And [CVE-2023-20954.] before users can install the available fixes, Google has withheld all information about them. The remaining 29 improvements on the first patch level address issues with high-severity information exposure, denial of service, and escalation of privilege. 29 fixes are included in patch version 2023-03-05 for the Android Kernel and third-party vendor parts from MediaTek, Unisoc, and Qualcomm.
The Most Serious [Issues Fixed] This Month Are TWO Critical Severity Flaws On Closed Source Qualcomm Components, Identified As [CVE-2022-33256] and [CVE-2022-33213.] All of the remaining vulnerabilities for this patch level are of unknown type and high severity.
Go to Settings System System upgrade and select "Check for updates" to upgrade your Android smartphone. Visit Settings Security & Privacy Updates Security update as an alternative. Android cell phones running form 10 or prior are viewed as end-of-life (EoL) and will never again get security updates to fix the previously mentioned bugs.
However, they might be able to receive some crucial security updates through Google Play system updates, which are accessed via Settings Security & privacy Updates Google Play system update. It is advised for users of older, working devices to transition to an active third-party Android distribution like LineageOS, which provides up-to-date OS images for older, OEM-unsupported devices.