Motherboard found various military and federal law enforcement agencies have bought the Crossbow, which appears to target phones on 4G.
At this year's Electromagnetic Field hacking and culture festival, attendees' badges were fully functioning phones. But hackers gonna hack.
Israel, China, Russia? Who was using a surveillance device on Parliament Hill in Ottawa?
Cellxion has established itself as a leader in the UK IMSI catcher trade.
Previously unreported, the IMPD has had a StingRay since 2012, ascertained from their Non Disclosure Agreement with the FBI.
Records obtained through FOIA reveal the device, nicknamed a "DRTbox", was used to track suspects at least 12 times, but failed to locate them in five.
One document has redacted the section on IMSI catchers, which are used to track mobile phones, and the Metropolitan Police has removed a file on public expenditure all together.
The police department refuses to say which models it uses in an FOI tussle with the NYCLU.
A Scottish prison used the device to catch inmates using mobile phones.
Over a dozen UK companies have been granted licenses to export telecommunications interception technology such as IMSI-catchers since early 2015.
Police in Ontario’s biggest cities have received hundreds of thousands of dollars for surveillance equipment. We can’t tell you how they spent it.
Hackers gonna hack.