Cell phone flaw opens security hole

Summary:Your cell phone may be multilingual -- and that could be detrimental to your privacy. Computer security researchers said a design flaw in the protocol used in global system for mobile communication cell phones could allow eavesdropping.

Your cell phone may be multilingual -- and that could be detrimental to your privacy. Computer security researchers said a design flaw in the protocol used in global system for mobile communication cell phones could allow eavesdropping. The trick: Just make the cell phone think it's somewhere else. Full story. -- Sara Robinson, Inter@ctive Week

Topics: Privacy, Security

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