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SIM's have been hacked.


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http://www.forbes.com/sites/parmyolson/2013/07/21/sim-cards-have-finally-been-hacked-and-the-flaw-could-affect-millions-of-phones/


 

I had no idea that a SIM controlled so much. However, I would be much more concerned with my SIM-less CDMA handset being cracked than with a sim card that is easily replaced.

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Just read the AndroidPolice article. I'm guessing that since Sprint's LTE SIMs are for just that - LTE - they have no bearing on OTA authentication (where the vulnerability lies), and this is a non-issue for us.

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