I'm currently studying the A5/1 algorithm used for GSM encryption. I understood how thanks to the symmetric private Key and a public counter frame one can encrypt the communication between A and B. ...
My question is about the encryption between me and my mobile operator. My mobile operator uses A5/1. I use Samsung. Sometimes I see the symbol G on my phone which means GPRS. I don't know whether it ...
Srlabs have recently published article stating that many SIM cards can be exploited using vulnerability in DES: [...] While the option exists to use state-of-the-art AES or the somewhat outdated ...
Currently, I am writing a paper about GSM sender spoofing and how this flaw is possible with the use of different techniques and attack pattern in the GSM 2G implementation both technically and ...
will it be possible to build a low cost hardware/software device which can capture mobile numbers within a specified radius and then use that information to transmit an sms to those numbers? From what ...
This question would be in the category of SmartPhone Sniffers. So we have sniffers that can show the packets that are being sent across a wired or wireless (802.11) network. I am just performing a ...