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  Reply # 51136 5-Nov-2006 20:47
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no mobile device is completely safe... give me a phone and I bet I can hack it (Voda is alot easier than Telecom)... but theare laws about this stuff... and interecpting any communications unlawfully is pretty damn stupid

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Reply # 51157 5-Nov-2006 23:21
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i have found that u can only do it if you are useing the same cell site as the person that u wanted to intercept u can all so stop all text messaage's and phone calls and wap to and from the phone by doing another simple thing how ever im not going to post that on these forums

it's not common knowlage but i still think telecom needs to do some thing about it

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  Reply # 51163 6-Nov-2006 07:27
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Felix: no mobile device is completely safe... give me a phone and I bet I can hack it (Voda is alot easier than Telecom)... but theare laws about this stuff... and interecpting any communications unlawfully is pretty damn stupid


Strange about 8 months ago the voice mail system was hacked and now SMS

I know this is not the core network but


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Reply # 51174 6-Nov-2006 09:55
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johnr: Strange about 8 months ago the voice mail system was hacked and now SMS


More than this. That was in May 2005. I remember well, I got involved in that from a system integrator's point of view.





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Reply # 51176 6-Nov-2006 10:00
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freitasm:
johnr: Strange about 8 months ago the voice mail system was hacked and now SMS


More than this. That was in May 2005. I remember well, I got involved in that from a system integrator's point of view.



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  Reply # 51331 6-Nov-2006 19:37
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I just tried this with a friend of mine but it didn't work :(




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Reply # 51926 10-Nov-2006 21:34
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Yeah it is pretty freaky knowing that people can read your text if they know the program codes. :(


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Reply # 51929 10-Nov-2006 22:08
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That teenager who figured it out is the only one who knows how to do to, I know how to do it completly aswell.
He is not the only one. Others know as well.  

One must recommend keeping this to yourself, since it isn't exactly legal. And if posted on the forum, it will be treated as such.




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I posted this on my blog AGES ago,,, There are many stupid bugs in the 027 network that there was no problem with on 025, "You Choose" is looking pretty good at the moment.

Of course you need the codes to do these but are too readily given out (and are posted on a blog)


I have notified Telecom of these 3 bugs over two years ago, Maybe someone will read this AND FIX THEM!

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Comment by shaun braith, on 7-NOV-2006 19:57

hey there,whats the trick to hacking into 027 texts,tanks,braith.



And now all the little wannabe script kiddies want a step by step guide on how to do it *sigh* .. Not even sure they know what it is..


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  Reply # 52703 16-Nov-2006 20:04
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I notice that someone posted a guide to my 'question', and then a mod jumped on it. When I posted that- I meant it entirely as a joke. Notice the smily- yeah the one with the tongue poking out/the tongue in its cheek. Clearly (or, at least, I think clearly), my post was not serious. This is illegal, and as such, I will have nothing to do with it.

Plus, I wouldn't need codes from here- I work for T'com, I could find them out really fast. Also, Google, shoody phine ops at T'com, shoody reps that work in dealers- all very viable options if I wanted to find out these codes, etcetera.

My earlier post was a joke, and iI'm sorry if no-one got it.

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Reply # 52705 16-Nov-2006 20:08
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Great, if you work for Telecom then you will know that at least three other people posting in this thread work for Telecom as well, and you have been warned.

Ah, and Felix is very good at hunting down internal leaks.






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