Corpus ID: 17037071

New Threats to SMS-Assisted Mobile Internet Services from 4G LTE: Lessons Learnt from Distributed Mobile-Initiated Attacks towards Facebook and Other Services

@article{Tu2015NewTT,
  title={New Threats to SMS-Assisted Mobile Internet Services from 4G LTE: Lessons Learnt from Distributed Mobile-Initiated Attacks towards Facebook and Other Services},
  author={Guan-Hua Tu and Yuanjie Li and Chunyi Peng and Chi-Yu Li and Muhammad Taqi Raza and Hsiao-Yun Tseng and Songwu Lu},
  journal={arXiv: Cryptography and Security},
  year={2015}
}
  • Guan-Hua Tu, Yuanjie Li, +4 authors Songwu Lu
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • arXiv: Cryptography and Security
  • Mobile Internet is becoming the norm. With more personalized mobile devices in hand, many services choose to offer alternative, usually more convenient, approaches to authenticating and delivering the content between mobile users and service providers. One main option is to use SMS (i.e., short messaging service). Such carrier-grade text service has been widely used to assist versatile mobile services, including social networking, banking, to name a few. Though the text service can be spoofed… CONTINUE READING

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