29c3 youtube video

Akib Sayyed akibsayyed at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 05:35:39 UTC 2013

Currently we are in production stage.
We are more focused on buying own stack or buying chipset with compatible
stack as there is no gprs/edge/3g suppprt in osmocom.
Our first tool was based on osmocom but we are not in production.
On Jan 2, 2013 12:12 AM, "Luca Bongiorni" <luca.bongiorni1 at studenti.unimi.it>

> Hey all,
> actually is "interesting" his web site.
> Since it seems a commercial website*:
> * " Matrix Shell developed own GSM penetration testing tool.This tool is
> comprised of hardware unit and a laptop.it can perform various test on
> network using custom firmware.
> Using this too tester can identify state in which end user is getting
> service in terms of security."
> * "We provide following services.
> GSM Network Penetration Testing
> Matrixshell have developed a tool that can be used for testing attack
> vectors from users point of view. That is attacks that can be carried out
> by using modified handsets which may cause misusing identity of  GSM
> subscriber , mass cellphone cell phone switch off ,denial of service of
> subscriber etc. Such vulnerability may cause loss in reputation of provider.
> We can find out such issues using our own tools. Our tools comprised of UM
> interface hardware and a laptop communicating with UM interface. This tool
> can run different tests on network like: Checking encryption type,
> Authentication bypass, Wrong way of TMSI assignment by network, Identity
> impersonating."
> I am wondering how his software tools are dealing with Osmocom's licenses.
> Cheers,
> Luca
> > are you sharing your current progress in a public git repository?  If
> > not, I'd like to strongly encourage you to do so.  I can also give you
> > commit access so you can push to a private branch on git.osmocom.org,
> if you
> > prefer that.
> >
> > --
> > - Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org>
> http://laforge.gnumonks.org/
> >
> ============================================================================
> > "Privacy in residential applications is a desirable marketing option."
> >                                                  (ETSI EN 300 175-7 Ch.
> A6)
> >
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