MKRGSM Major Bug

MKR GSM 1400 while using MKRGSM.h could be easily crashed by anyone by simply sending SMS messages like.
"OK"
"ERROR"
"NO CARRIER"

The problem lies in Modem.cpp
int responseResultIndex = _buffer.lastIndexOf("OK\r\n");
if (responseResultIndex != -1) {
_ready = 1;
}
.. same problem with indexing words ERROR and NO CARRIER

AT command notify a new message- and code will consider OK in the message as AT command response before receiving full message from the buffer.
+CMGL: 18,"REC UNREAD","+XXXXXXXX",,"19/11/25,19:59:43+08"
OK

// CRASH...

Correct would be wait for the AT response OK like below
+CMGL: 18,"REC UNREAD","+XXXXXXXX",,"19/11/25,19:59:43+08"
OK

OK

I agree. See arduino - SIM900 AT Commands response parsing - Stack Overflow

Pull request added Handle SMS responses by janakelarsson · Pull Request #104 · arduino-libraries/MKRGSM · GitHub.

I've been using OK as a response to sms messages sent by my code for months now and never had a single issue with the code crashing because of the OK message. Is this a theoretical argument or have you tested it and have experienced crashes in your code?