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Hi, you can read the IMSI in the EF_IMSI file on the SIM card. tools (like softSIM and others) are available to read that out for you. Ki is not readable on normal SIM cards. If it's a developer SIM, then you have to look in your SIMs manufacturer manual/specification. If it's a MagicCard, GreenCard, or SysmoSIM, you should be able to overwrite them using pySim-prog.py. kevin Excerpts from Andrew Back's message of Sat Nov 24 11:42:00 +0100 2012: > On 12 November 2012 12:39, Dieter Spaar <spaar at mirider.augusta.de> wrote: > > > I would expect that you need a SIM card which supports XOR for > > A3/A8. This algorithm is the only one I have seen on nearly all > > MS tests sets I have access to. Those test sets usually don't > > support COMP128 and its variants (I guess your SIM card only supports > > this algorithm), so you need a SIM card which uses the same algorithm > > as the MS test set. > > I bought one of those generic test SIMs from eBay that claim to work > with HP8922 etc. testers. Now this is probably another stupid > question, but how do I determine the IMSI and Ki? Or maybe set them > (pySim-prog.py doesn't seem to work with it). > > Best, > > Andrew >