[Gsmmap] Android 5 support (Re: Snoopsnitch doesn't work with real IMSI catcher and against Silent SMS)
nohl at srlabs.de
Thu Feb 19 12:02:46 CET 2015
The current SnoopSnitch v 0.9.3 supports Android 5.0.
In one instance -- on a Samsung S5 -- we noticed that Samsung removes the necessary kernel support when updating to Android 5. SnoopSnitch does not work anymore after the update.
Perhaps that's what you are observing?
> On Feb 19, 2015, at 11:51 , Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras <ralph at schmid.xxx> wrote:
> Are there any plans supporting newer Android version (if possible)? I found that I kicked myself out of using snoopsnitch by updating my HTC One m8 to Android 5 :-(
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: gsmmap-bounces at lists.srlabs.de [mailto:gsmmap-
>> bounces at lists.srlabs.de] On Behalf Of Linus Neumann
>> Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2015 11:43 AM
>> To: Jakub Kříž; gsmmap at lists.srlabs.de; Alex Senier
>> Subject: Re: [Gsmmap] Snoopsnitch doesn't work with real IMSI catcher and
>> against Silent SMS
>> Dear Jakub,
>> While we theoretically can not rule out the existence of IMSI catcher models
>> or attack patterns that are not yet covered by SnoopSnitch, any SMS attacks
>> will be detected with very high sensitivity and specificity.
>> Since you are describing that even SMS attacks remained undetected, I
>> assume that SnoopSnitch was not properly running on your phone.
>> Either, it was simply not active; or your model is not properly supported.
>> Please provide your
>> • Phone model
>> • Software Version and
>> • App ID
>> via personal E-mail (off list!) to me and my colleague Alex Senier
>> <alex at srlabs.de> In case further debugging is necessary, we would also love
>> to receive the BB logs regarding your detection cases. Alex will be happy to
>> support you in creating them.
>> Best regards,
>>> On 19 Feb 2015, at 10:50, Jakub Kříž <krizja at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>> I tested snoopsnitch with several real IMSI catchers and several
>> configurations and unfortunately snoopsnitch didn't signalize any alerts,
>> although phone was trapped by unit successfully. Location update procedure
>> was performed in 2G and also in 3G, but without any attack alert.
>>> When I sent silent sms from HushSMS app so again nothing happened. I
>> know that the class0 silent sms is most common type of silent sms, but
>> SnoopSnitch doesn't signalize any attack....
>>> May I ask you how did you test the SnoopSnitch? Or what's the main idea
>> of snoopsnitch real-time user protection against attacks?
>>> Thank you
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