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  • #295058

    anonymous
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    Hackers can eavesdrop on mobile calls with $7,000 worth of equipment

  • #295060

    TiredBlowfish

    How about they give me the 7000$ and I’ll tell them what I said, instead?

  • #295061

    InfosecMod

    “Criminals” can listen in for $7000

  • #295062

    bread_berries

    > Because of an error in the way many carriers implement VoLTE

    >The implementation error ReVoLTE exploits is the tendency for base stations to use some of the same cryptographic material to encrypt two or more calls when they’re made in close succession.

    What I’m getting from these bits here is this isn’t all carriers, and it’s a tower-side software problem which makes it a lot more fixable.

    Also, it looks like there’s no guarantee this attack will work, and you have to do it per-person.

  • #295063

    siankie

    I always wondered what Alice and Bob look like. Finally.

  • #295064

    cpupro

    You’re going to have do a lot of carding to buy that shit.

  • #295065

    Rico_The_packet

    Ok so route it over a VPN and use SIP

  • #295066

    WonTonToohy

    Who uses their phone for talking anymore?

  • #295067

    Game_On__

    Yet, lawmakers want to create backdoor and remove encryption instead of improving it.

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