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2 issues, security concerns.

1. how do I add a pin number on my account to prevent sim swap scams? see link.https://krebsonsecurity.com/2018/08/florida-man-arrested-in-sim-swap-conspiracy/ 2. the paygo login website seems very easy to break into for a hacker. a user just needs my phone and 4 digit pin? seems very easy to guess.

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Hack Attack: Internet & Email Security - Knowledge Share Wednesday, 04/26/17, 1-4pm ET

Long gone are the days that each of us feel comfortable leaving our front door open to our home. That applies even more so to our virtual home and identity on the internet. Join the conversation as we discuss and share knowledge on a topic that affects us all: Internet & Email Security.  

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SIM card Vulnerabilities - S@T Browser, WIB toolkit, Simjacker exploit

The S@T Browser vulnerability was discussed back in Feb 19. These articles discuss a new vulnerability called WIB Browser. The critical information is that vulnerable SIM Cards can be attacked via an Over The Air binary SMS message. The bad actor can then basically take over the mobile device withou

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AT&T Wireless SS7 hacking weaknesses?

What is AT&T doing to protect customers from SS7 hacking like CBS' 60 Minutes demonstrated last year?(http://multimedia.cbs.com/news/60-minutes-hacking-your-phone/) Wired magazine explained the wireless network security weakness shortly afterward at https://www.wired.com/2016/04/the-critical-hole-at

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SIM Card Vulnerabilities - S@T Browser app and WIB toolkit

The S@T Browser vulnerability was disclosed back in Feb 19. This exploit has been known for over 4 years and is being exploited for surveillance since 2017. These articles discuss a new vulnerability called WIB Browser. The critical information is that vulnerable SIM Cards can be attacked via an Ove

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