The Pixel 6(pro) and 7(pro) have a security vulnerability in the baseband that allows for remote code execution at the baseband level.
Google has already released a fix for the pixel 7 and 7 pro but not for the 6 or 6 pro yet.
Google said to mitigate the vulnerability for the time being to disable Wi-Fi calling and VoLTE.
The issue is, Google removed the ability to disable VoLTE a year or two ago.
Additionally, even if I were to disable VoLTE then I would not be able to use my phone as a phone because the US doesn't have any 2G or 3G live anymore so VoLTE and VoNR are the only ways to make calls these days and I don't have 5G in my city so VoNR isn't an option.
Apparently all that's required to pull off privileged remote code execution is to know the target's phone number