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  1. T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T Stop SMS Hijacks After Motherboard Investigation All the mobile carriers have mitigated a major SMS security loophole that allowed a hacker to hijack text messages for just $16. IMAGE: LJUBAPHOTO VIA GETTY IMAGES All of the major carriers made a significant change to how SMS messages are routed to prevent hackers being able to easily reroute a target's texts, according to an announcement from Aerialink, a communications company that helps route text messages. The move comes after a Motherboard investigation in which a hacker, with
  2. Google breaks SMS on many Android phones, is rolling back changes now Android’s Carrier Services app, which has over a billion downloads, is on the fritz. Enlarge / Google's Messaging app. It's broken now. Google 88 with 69 posters participating If the text messages on your Android phone have suddenly stopped working, you're not alone. Google pushed out a bad copy of the Carrier Services app, and the result was broken SMS on many Android phones. It also sounds like the company is rolling back the update and fixin
  3. By Paul Thurrott Microsoft this week made the case for moving away from SMS-based authentication in Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) schemes, citing its insecurity. “It’s time to start your move away from the SMS and voice Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) mechanisms,” Microsoft’s Alex Weinert writes. “These mechanisms are based on publicly-switched telephone networks (PSTN), and I believe they’re the least secure of the MFA methods available today. That gap will only widen as MFA adoption increases attackers’ interest in breaking these methods and purpose
  4. I wanted a very good sms and call blocker on my phone. I did a google search and I can continue searching if a member on this forum has software they use and it works very good please save me some time and effort. I have a ex girlfriend messaging me over stupid shit. Please and thank you. I forgot to mention I have a Samsung Galaxy SFive Android phone.
  5. MessageTap malware is meant to be installed on Short Message Service Center (SMSC) servers, on a telco's network. One of China's state-sponsored hacking groups has developed a custom piece of Linux malware that can steal SMS messages from a mobile operator's network. The malware is meant to be installed on Short Message Service Center (SMSC) servers -- the servers inside a mobile operator's network that handle SMS communications. US cyber-security firm FireEye said it spotted this malware on the network of a mobile operator earlier this y
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