[Gsmmap] How much of the IMSI Catcher Score can be derived WITHOUT a mobile phone ?
Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras
ralph at schmid.xxx
Mon Oct 19 13:32:00 CEST 2015
The hardware is not an issue, even a cheap DVB-T USB receiver can do this,
when we're talking about GSM.
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> bounces at lists.srlabs.de] On Behalf Of Steve Glass
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> Subject: Re: [Gsmmap] How much of the IMSI Catcher Score can be derived
> WITHOUT a mobile phone ?
> An SDR can, in theory, capture more information that is just available to
> phone and can do so passively. Many of the same metrics apply but can be
> derived from other traffic, e.g., for C1 the presence of any unencrypted
> traffic on any channel in countries where traffic is normally encrypted is
> big giveaway. Passively monitoring traffic gives a more complete picture.
> is, however, a game that a much smaller number of participants can play
> because the hardware requirements are for a suitable SDR rather than just
> Qualcomm-equiped Android phone.
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