In the latest flagship smartphone OnePlus 6, an independent security researcher discovered a rather serious security flaw. The bug allows technically savvy people with selfish intentions to get unlimited access to a mobile device with physical access to it. The vulnerability was first noticed by researcher Jason Donenfeld of Edge Security. He saw that the bootloader on OnePlus 6 was not as locked as it should. It turns out that OnePlus 6 allows you to download any code, even when the bootloader is supposedly locked, so you can install many malicious programs. However, to take advantage of the flaw, the attacker will need physical access to the OnePlus 6, a USB cable and a computer. So this is not something that will harm OnePlus 6 while it is in your pocket. The flagship manufacturer of OnePlus 6 confirmed in a statement that the bug fix will be completed soon, you should not leave your OnePlus 6 unattended.