[Full-disclosure] Vodafone Phone Hacking Scandal - Femto hacked




Vodafone Hacked - Root Password published

The Hacker's Choice (http://www.thc.org) announced a security problem
with Vodafone's Mobile Phone Network today.

An attacker can listen to _any_ UK Vodafone customer's phone call.

An attacker can exploit a vulnerability in 3G/UMTS/WCDMA - the latest
and most secure mobile phone standard in use today.

The technical details are available at http://wiki.thc.org/vodafone.

Keep Hacking,

The Ministry Of Truth
http://www.thc.org

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