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Telegram vs NSA/GCHQ/5E: sporaw
Кстати, совсем забыл (тема - 2015 год). Человек тут один стал троллить на тему новости про "российскую сертификацию SIM-карт" и я, объясняя причину, заодно соединил с другим. NSA/GCHQ ломало Gemalto для получения доступа ко всем выпускаемым SIM-картам. Соответственно, они без проблем могут делать любые клоны любых SIM-карт в мире. А как следствие, они могут запросить подключение девайса, получить SMS на клон (вы ее не увидите, т.к. насколько я помню, и звонок и SMS приходят на последнюю активную симку в сети), и получить доступ к вашему Telegram. Даже не надо очередную операцию по взлому Павла и его команды делать (хотя для NSA, очевидно, это элементарно).

Такие дела.

И да, Gemalto, подлецы, отрицали очевидный факт.

P.S. Кстати, по идее, можно и клона не делать даже, но тогда надо "эфир" слушать и им манипулировать. Что, в общем-то, сложнее и привязка к месту физическому.
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7 days ago by some_hren
How Spies Stole the Keys to the Encryption Castle
AMERICAN AND BRITISH spies hacked into the internal computer network of the largest manufacturer of SIM cards in the world, stealing encryption keys used to protect the privacy of cellphone communications across the globe, according to top-secret documents provided to The Intercept by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The hack was perpetrated by a joint unit consisting of operatives from the NSA and its British counterpart Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ. The breach, detailed in a secret 2010 GCHQ document, gave the surveillance agencies the potential to secretly monitor a large portion of the world’s cellular communications, including both voice and data.

The company targeted by the intelligence agencies, Gemalto, is a multinational firm incorporated in the Netherlands that makes the chips used in mobile phones and next-generation credit cards. Among its clients are AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and some 450 wireless network providers around the world. The company operates in 85 countries and has more than 40 manufacturing facilities. One of its three global headquarters is in Austin, Texas and it has a large factory in Pennsylvania.
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According to one secret GCHQ slide, the British intelligence agency penetrated Gemalto’s internal networks, planting malware on several computers, giving GCHQ secret access. We “believe we have their entire network,” the slide’s author boasted about the operation against Gemalto.

The U.S. and British intelligence agencies pulled off the encryption key heist in great stealth, giving them the ability to intercept and decrypt communications without alerting the wireless network provider, the foreign government or the individual user that they have been targeted. “Gaining access to a database of keys is pretty much game over for cellular encryption,” says Matthew Green, a cryptography specialist at the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute. The massive key theft is “bad news for phone security. Really bad news.”
gsm  megafon  privacy  mobile  security  fail  nsa 
7 days ago by some_hren
(96) Using A RTL-SDR To Learn About The GSM Network Around You, Hak5 1621 - YouTube
Using A RTL-SDR To Learn About The GSM Network Around You, Hak5 1621
Using  A  RTL-SDR  To  Learn  About  The  GSM  Network  Around  You  Hak5  1621  2014 
8 days ago by kilroy2
Building Myanmar’s First Mobile Network From The Ground Up - IEEE Spectrum
In the 20 months since the company debuted in Myanmar, it has registered more than 16 million new mobile users.
burma  to_blog  3g  gsm  facebook  propaganda 
20 days ago by yorksranter
Twitter
RT : For those having trouble with the network on the Badge:
The badgeteam is working on a fix. The Problem is on…
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22 days ago by 9600
Open Source Mobile Communications
The Osmocom project is an umbrella project regarding Open source mobile communications. This includes software and tools implementing a variety of mobile communication standards, including GSM, DECT, TETRA and others.
cellular  gsm  opensource  phone  mobile  communications  networking 
25 days ago by cyberchucktx
GSM Phone Network At EMF Camp Built on Raspberry Pi and LimeSDR | Hackaday
The Electromagnetic Field 2018 hacker camp in the UK will have its own GSM phone network, and as we have already covered its badge will be a fully-functional GSM phone. This is as far as we are aware a first in the world of badges, and though it may not be a first in hacker camp connectivity it is still no mean achievement at the base station side.
hackaday  raspberrypi  sdr  cellular  gsm  phone  mobile 
25 days ago by cyberchucktx
7 design lessons from Silicon Valley’s most important failure
“If you have a bunch of self-motivated and smart people and you put them together they’ll produce something incredible. But you can’t minimize the importance of management. It’s a dirty word. It’s prosaic. It’s not vision. It’s not dream. It’s not technological excellence. But unfortunately, it makes all the difference.” —Joanna Hoffman, part of the original Macintosh team, head of marketing at General Magic
business  history  generalmagic  psion  apple  gsm  sillyvalley  management  to_blog  ovum 
6 weeks ago by yorksranter

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