Eleven flaws found in 5G protocol that could enable real-time location tracking

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5G is supposed to be secure, but a lack of real-world testing could mean 5G networks are implemented with a plethora of vulnerabilities
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5G is supposed to be secure, but a lack of real-world testing could mean 5G networks are implemented with a plethora of vulnerabilities

Researchers have yet to receive a response from the GSMA over their security claims

Security flaws in the 5G communications protocol could enable users' locations to be tracked in real-time. And some of the flaws uncovered by researchers at Purdue University and the University of ...

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