Things that caught our eye
20 Feb , 2015 | by: Luke Heemsbergen
SIM card makers hacked by NSA and GCHQ leaving cell networks wide open | Ars Technica.
“Using a fake cell tower and holding SIM encryption keys, spies are able to listen into conversations over mobile networks without asking the courts for permission for a wiretap. The method is also difficult to trace, so risk of discovery is low.”
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