AT&T iPad Hack May Be Worse Than Initially Thought

Researchers looking into the security of GSM phone networks are
suggesting that the recent breach, which saw tens of thousands of e-mail
addresses and ICC-IDs inadvertantly disclosed AT&T, could have far more significant implications
than a bit of extra spam: attackers can use the information to learn
the names and phone numbers of the leaked users, and can even track
their position. Read the full article. [Ars Technica]

Researchers looking into the security of GSM phone networks are
suggesting that the recent breach, which saw tens of thousands of e-mail
addresses and ICC-IDs inadvertantly disclosed AT&T, could have far more significant implications
than a bit of extra spam: attackers can use the information to learn
the names and phone numbers of the leaked users, and can even track
their position. Read the full article. [Ars Technica]

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