Criminals Are Tapping into the Phone Network Backbone to Empty Bank Accounts
Motherboard has identified a specific UK bank that has fallen victim to so-called SS7 attacks, and sources say the issue is wider than previously reported.
What is SS7 and is China Using It To Spy on Trump’s Cell Phone?
The telecom industry has known about a major vulnerability in its mobile infrastructure for decades, so why was nothing ever done about it?
Everything Is Broken
We Were Warned About Flaws in the Mobile Data Backbone for Years. Now 2FA Is Screwed.
Financially-motivated hackers are using SS7 attacks to break into bank accounts.
Cell Phone Network Flaws Can Help Spies Get Around Encryption Apps
Spies and hackers could bypass end-to-end encryption apps by taking over cellphone numbers.
Inside SS7, the Insecure Global Cell Network That's Used to Track Phones
In order to deliver calls and texts while you’re on the move, the network keeps track of your location, and this feature can be used against you.