Secure Communications

Phone Eavesdropping in Vogue Again

With traditional identity theft channels now closing, fraudsters are increasingly targeting unprotected voice conversations to obtain confidential insider information, passwords and PIN codes without detection. Voice correspondence is almost always uncharted territory for business security armour under the false assumption that phone hacking is a highly sophisticated and expensive means of attack.

The days of phone fraud involving thousands of pounds of equipment and an extensive army of technology experts are long gone. Only in December it was revealed that a computer engineer had broken the algorithm used to encrypt the majority of the world’s digital mobile phone calls online, and published his method…



June 13, 2010 - Posted by | bugging devices, eavesdrop, espionage, mobile, phone tap, privacy, security, spy, surveillance, tap, technology, wiretap

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