The researchers who disclosed the aLTEr attack last year (David Rupprecht, Thorsten Holz, and Christina Pöpper), have found new ways to exploit the lack of integrity protection on the 4G/5G user plane in a new attack called Imp4Gt.Continue reading “IMP4GT: IMPersonation Attacks in 4G NeTworks”
Security researchers at Purdue University and the University of Iowa have found new vulnerabilities that can be used to track a victim’s real-time location, spoof emergency alerts or silently disconnect a phone from the 5G network.Continue reading “Vulnerabilities in 5G protocol may allows to track users and make fake emergency alerts”
Interesting things in the last week! A stupid Facetime bug causes some privacy problems, Facebook facing a controversy with an iOS app and…apparently someone already knows Game Of Thrones finale!Continue reading “My Weekly RoundUp #78”
Let there be no mistake about this: from a technical point of view, 5G Network Slicing is totally awesome!
However, some aspects seems to disagree with Network Neutrality principles.