Thirty-six new security flaws found in 4G mobile networks

Nicholas Fearn
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South Korean researchers discovered 36 new flaws using a technique called 'fuzzing'

Security researchers at the Korea Institute of Science & Technology have identified 36 security flaws in the 4G LTE standard used by mobile networks and devices worldwide. In their research pape...

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