Attackers make use of ‘Simjacker’ flaw to spy on users

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a crucial vulnerability in SIM cards that can be used by the ‘bad actors’ to compromise mobile phones and spy on their activity by simply sending them an SMS.

Dublin-based firm AdaptiveMobile Security named the flaw ‘SimJacker’ and claimed that a spyware vendor has exploited the same flaw for more than two years. According to their report, the group works with government firms to track individuals. However, they did not reveal the name of the group or the individuals who have been targeted by their tactics.

The report also signifies that the attack works across all platforms and uses advanced protocols to take advantage of....

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Category : Surveillance News

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