[Simsec] SIMtester error message when trying to test eplus SIM Cards

Haaser mail at haaser-it.com
Mon Feb 10 11:44:29 CET 2014


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Dear Karsten,

Am 09.02.2014 21:57, schrieb Karsten Nohl:
> Dear Daniel,
> I believe you can connect the charger _after_ loading Osmocom. It will
not actually charge your battery but power the phone while its running.
>
> Please let us know if this isn't working yet and we'll try to backport
the necessary changes.

This is the case, it is not working yet. The phone shut down this
morning in spite of being connected to a power supply since yesterday night.

>
>
> In any event: Also a partial dump is of value in spotting vulnerabilities!

I uploaded the partial dump of the TAR scan to gsmmap.org.
I believe there were already some useful results in it.

During the fuzzing, the blau.de / eplus SIM cards replied to fuzzer 6
and 14 in all keysets, so it was okay to leave out the -k option when
making the range TAR scan, wasn't it?

Let me know if / when you succeeded in backporting the charging support.

Cheers
Daniel

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