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+ - Significant security flaw found in SIM cards->

Submitted by iONiUM
iONiUM (530420) writes "From the article: "A German cryptographer has uncovered a security bug in mobile phones that could enable hackers to remotely attack at least half a billion phones." More technically, from the register: "Pedigree security researcher Karsten Nohl has apparently discovered two unrelated flaws in implementations of the GSM standard that (when combined) could leave millions of SIM cards vulnerable to attack.""
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Significant security flaw found in SIM cards

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It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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