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2answers
197 views

how can I tell if I'm under IMSI cell phone surveillance

I've recently had an encounter with the law, the details of which I won't disclose here since the case is still in court. They took my phone, naturally. I deactivated it as soon as I was released ...
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1answer
63 views

How do i defeat cell phone spyware? [closed]

I've bought a new phone, where one of its products can be activated by receiving a phone call. If someone uses a spoofed SIM card - with a number I recognize - I'll likely answer the call. Are there ...
7
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4answers
499 views

airgap a smartphone?

im looking to use my smartphone purely as a portable computer, with no network functionality in order to protect my privacy, is removing the sim cards from it enough to airgap it or do i need to go ...
2
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1answer
248 views

Can malicious phone software mount a MITM attack on a phone call?

Suppose my smartphone has been compromised and there is malicious software running on it. You can assume that the malicious software has broken out of any sandboxes and is running as root. If I'm on ...
0
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0answers
581 views

Is it safe to connect mobile devices to rental cars? [duplicate]

Many modern cars feature Bluetooth connections and USB ports that allow passengers to connect them with mobile phones and digital music players (and smartphones, which serve as both). Is it safe to ...
17
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3answers
2k views

Could my bank's two-factor authentication be hacked?

When I attempt to log in to my bank, an SMS code is sent to my phone. I then type this nine-character code into the bank's Web site, to login to my account. Is this vulnerable to attack, without ...