IT beware: University finds new 4G security holes

March 13, 2018

IT has enough to worry about with traditional data breach issues, but now researchers from Purdue University and the University of Iowa have found quite a few new security holes in the popular 4G mobile networks. The potentially worst hole detailed in the study is an authentication synchronization ...



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