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Activists Beware: The Latest In 3G & 4G Spying

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BLACK HAT USA 2017 -- Oxford University fellow Ravi Borgaonkar visits the Dark Reading News Desk to describe new 3G/4G vulnerabilities that enable IMSI catchers to be smarter, stealthier snoopers, and weighs in on whether there's hope for better privacy with 5G.

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