4G mobile networks are riddled with exploitable security flaws, claim researchers

Nicholas Fearn
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Hopefully, 5G won't feature quite so many security flaws...
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Hopefully, 5G won't feature quite so many security flaws...

Academics identify ten serious 4G security flaws

Security researchers have discovered a string of vulnerabilities affecting the protocols that underpin 4G LTE networks globally. According to a team of academics at Purdue University and the Uni...

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