No Threat From GSM Hackers

Carlson, Caron
December 1999
Wireless Week;12/13/99, Vol. 5 Issue 50, p3
Trade Publication
Deals with the assurances from wireless industry representatives on the non-existence of threats from global system for mobile communications (GSM) hackers on call eavesdropping. Remarks from Michael Houghton, spokesman for the GSM Alliance; What is the encryption formula of GSM called; Views on the technology.


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