Protecting High-Level Personnel from IMSI Catchers

Posted by Mike Fong on Apr 8, 2021 3:46:00 PM

In September 2019, attribution was given to Israel for the IMSI catchers discovered in Washington, D.C. two years earlier, shining light on the prevalence of these types of spying devices. Once used solely by law enforcement as a way of finding the international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) linked to a criminal suspect’s SIM card for investigative purposes, now just about anyone can acquire or build an IMSI catcher to intercept a target’s communications. With such low barriers to entry, it’s no longer just the bad guys who need to be worried about these devices.

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Topics: Mobile Security, Smartphone Vulnerabilities, Mobile Tracking, IMSI Catchers

The spies in our cell networks

Posted by Mike Fong on Mar 12, 2020 2:03:33 PM

CEO walks out of nondescript office building accompanied by COLLEAGUE. CEO pulls smartphone out of her purse to study a restaurant’s website. Her smartphone’s status bar blinks briefly to indicate a change in cellular connection status.

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Topics: Mobile Security, Smartphone Hacking, Smartphone Vulnerabilities, IMSI Catchers

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