Improper Access Control
Samsung SM-G920F build G920FXXU2COH2 (Galaxy S6), SM-N9005 build N9005XXUGBOK6 (Galaxy Note 3), GT-I9192 build I9192XXUBNB1 (Galaxy S4 mini), GT-I9195 build I9195XXUCOL1 (Galaxy S4 mini LTE), and GT-I9505 build I9505XXUHOJ2 (Galaxy S4) devices have unintended availability of the modem in USB configuration number 2 within the secure lockscreen state, allowing an attacker to make phone calls, send text messages, or issue commands, aka SVE-2016-5301.
CWE-284 - Improper Access Control
Listed 5th in the 'OWASP Top Ten', improper (or broken) access control attacks are a fundamental type of vulnerability. This includes a broad range of design flaws that enable users to act outside of their intended permissions. They can use these privileges to gain access to restricted files and functionality such as accessing restricted information, falsifying records, destroying data, or executing commands.