New LTE vulnerability threatens almost all modern smartphones

Experts from Ruhr University reported an IMP4GT (IMPersonation Attacks in 4G NeTworks) problem, which affects almost all modern LTE-enabled devices, i.e. smartphones, tablets, IoT devices. A bug allows you to simulate another user’s operator’s network, which means an attacker will be able to issue paid subscriptions at the expense of other people or publish something (for example, secret documents) under the guise of someone else.

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DDoS ransomware threatens Australian banks

The Australian Cybersecurity Center, established by the country’s Radio Defense Department, warned that banks and other financial institutions in Australia were the victims of a massive extortion campaign. Unknown attackers massively send letters in which they threaten to launch DDoS attacks on financial institutions if they do not pay them a large amount in the Monero cryptocurrency.

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Samsung’s push push notifications help detect data leakage

Last week, users of Samsung Galaxy devices from around the world (regardless of the mobile operator and device model) received strange push notifications with the subject “1” and the content of the message “1”. These messages came from the Samsung Find My Mobile application, which people did not use or did not know at all about its existence on the device. With this application you can find a lost phone or tablet, as well as protect data on the device.

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One of the richest people on the planet has finally switched from a $ 20 Samsung clamshell to an iPhone

But forced.
Today, despite the absolute dominance of smartphones, the market for conventional push-button phones is still very large. But first of all, this is due to the high sales of such devices in a number of developing countries. At the same time, it is difficult to imagine a modern business person who does not use a smartphone. Especially if it is one of the richest people on the planet.

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Named the best smartphone of the canceled exhibition Mobile World Congress 2020

It surpassed the iPhone 11 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei P30 Pro.
After more than 20 companies announced the cancellation of participation in the exhibition Mobile World Congress, GSMA was forced to announce the cancellation of MWC 2020, which happened for the first time in 33 years.

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook has got a release date

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is equipped with an Intel Core i5-10210U processor, 8 GB of LPDDR3 RAM and a 256 GB solid state drive.
Earlier this year, Samsung introduced a thin designer laptop with an OLED screen, called Samsung Galaxy Chromebook. Now it’s become known that the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook will go on sale on April 6 at a price of $ 999.

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