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Emmy Léger of Araxxe explained how they identified an SMS aggregator that uses gray routes for 98% messages and why A2P SMS bypass is so widespread.
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A ship with sensors and drones designed to protect undersea cables will be built for Britain’s Royal Navy.
A journalist says a security flaw is fixed but his source vanishes. The firm at the heart of his story then wins one of 883 security awards.
Police say they cracked the Sky ECC message app, which has 170,000 users and is allegedly used by drugs traffickers. However, a string of similar operations suggests a flawed strategy.
Prof. Eric Burger, former White House and FCC advisor, told RAG TV about the US strategy for tackling telecoms fraud.
Insurance firms Allianz and Munich Re will base cybersecurity premiums on information obtained directly from Google.
Mobdro was believed to have been the most downloaded pirate streaming app in the world.
A simple loophole allows SMS messages to be rerouted to another destination without the knowledge of the intended recipient.