For a course at college, I wanted to reproduce the attack on GSM shown in this video by Karsten Nohl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hjn-BP8nro. From what I understand he used an USRP radio to ...
Hypothetical question: suppose I had a OsmocomBB phone modified to record all transmission done over GSM including encryption keys used during the communication. If I made a call and recorded all data ...
I am searching for a solution to identify phones simply by the signals it emits. Imagine a signal receiver in a room, then I want to know which people are using phones nearby. I don't care what they ...
I have been doing research on the available encryption algorithms used by commercial mobile providers worldwide, and would like to know if the following list is complete: Algorithms for voice ...
I need offline-verifiable, time stamped, GPS signals or its equivalent. Since cellular protocols include time stamps, encryption keys and other data, perhaps it's possible to re-use this ...
In GSM networks, it is found that there are so many mobile phone messages (uplink) with the first octet 01000000. For example, the 28-octet message ...