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Mobile security is the protection of smart phones, tablets, laptops and other portable computing devices and the networks they connect to from threats and vulnerabilities associated with wireless computing Mobiles security is also known as wireless security.
What is Mobile Security
Today’s large companies each spend an average of $40 million annually to develop mobile apps we use to shop, bank, departmental store and more.
However, only an average of 7% of this immense budget is spent on securing these apps against hackers and security breaches. 50% of companies have zero budget dedicated to securing their mobile apps.
How Secure are your Mobile apps?
75% Don’t use proper encryption when storing data on a mobile device.
98% Have access to private data without appropriate security measures.
78% Mobile security breaches will be the result of exploiting poorly developed mobile apps.
Types of Mobile Malware
A study showed 8 out of 10 malware instances were worms spready by USB Removable devices.
MCAffe antivirus found that 10% of mobile devices are infected more than 400 new threats every minute.
Adware = Spyware that collects information about the user to relay to a third party for purchasing patterns. Usually disguised as a legitimate app.
Bots= Applications that can run in background undetected. Can be quite sophisticated and adaptable May have capability to contact botmasters to execute commands.
Trojans= Varying effects that can be mildly annoying or completely destructive. Usually are hidden and attached to applications that seem harmless. Ransomware is typically a member of this family of mobile malware. Can be quite sophisticated and adaptable
Phishing= Website that are set up to entice users to enter, then steal credentials and personal information.
Spyware= Monitors, logs, and shares information with remote servers on personal activity, text messages, e-mails, voice recordings, phone calls, contact lists, location, pictures, status etc.
The Ricks Behind the Apps
Accesses device management and restricted security ApIs necessarily
Accesses or requests super user permission
Exploits operating system or zero-day vulnerabilities
Roots or jailbreaks device
Steals login credentials
Communicates with known malicious IP addresses and domains
Moderate Risk Behaviors
May be a risk if performed by apps from unknown or untrusted sources
Reads and Sends e-mails
Read and sends SMS messages
Reads and sends GPS information
Uploads user information without permission or without notifying user
Includes SSL vulnerabilities that enable communications to be intercepted
Installs boot time startup item
Mobile Security in the world statistics
More than 69% of adults have had a mobile devices stolen or lost
Yet 9/10 of people don’t use mobile security applications that could help them protect data when someone else has the device.
89% of those surveyed do not back up their phone data
78% of those surveyed do not use a screen lock or password to access their device
Although 83% of us are aware of the increased security risk of public WiFi, 76% still connect to public networks
Mobility is changing the way we live and work
Internet connected mobile devices are set to outnumber human
82% of employees store sensitive company data on mobile devices
89% of tablets used by mobile workers are personally owned
Mobile works now carry on average 3 devices Laptop, Mobile and Tablet
63% of people check their mobile phone in the morning before getting up
Half of the devices on corporate networks will be mobile devices by 2019
Which types of applications or systems present the highest security risk to your business?
Customer facing web apps = 33%
Mobile apps = 25%
Desktop apps = 12%
Embedded systems = 21%
internally facing web apps = 9%
Ways to Block Mobile Attack
Don’t let your guard down just because you’re on a mobile device. Be just as careful as you would on a desktop!
WiFi . Don’t allow your device to auto-join unfamiliar networks . Always turn off WiFi when you are’nt using it or don’t need it . Never send sensitive information over WiFi unless you’re absolutely sure it’s secure networks
Apps . Only use apps available in your device’s official store – Never download from a browser. . Be wary of apps from unknown developers or those with limited/ bad reviews. . Keep them updated to ensure they have the latest security. . If they are no longer supported by your store, just delete it. . Don’t grant administrator, or excessive privileges to apps unless you truly trust them.
Browser . Watch out for ads, giveways and contests that seem too good to be true. Often these lead to phishing sites that appear to be legit. . Pay close attention to URLs. these are harder to verify on mobile screens but it’s worth the effort. . Never save your login information when you’re using a web browser.
5G will provide services across a wide swath of disruptive technologies. Improvements in performance over LTE will be essential to the future use of many of these emerging application. Today more than half of executives at large mobile network operators believe there are no any compelling near- term business cases for 5G. 5G promises a step change in network performance for those operators that are ready to invest in it. 4G network do not enable the range of services that the future requires. 5G will be faster and more flexible. It’s change the way of Social Media.
2G –>1991 –> Analog to digital transition, introduced data services such as text messaging and more secure, GSM, EDGE, data up to 3Mbp/s
3G –> 2001 —> More spectrum allowed basic access to more than just voice and text services such as e-mail, UMTS/HSPA, data up to 2Mbp/s
2010 —> Merged cellular and IP technologies, LTE, data up to 50M p/s
5G —> 2020—> A fundamental shift in the way we construct and manage mobile network infrastructure. Enables mass connectivity of devices and applications, 1000 time faster than 4G network, Amazing Connectivity, Fibre like experience
Building the Foundation for 5G
5G is all about high-band spectrum, which Sprint has commercially deployed
2.5 GHZ spectrum is considered the low-band spectrum for 5G
Street furniture such as poles not towers
Signal from both side of wall
Network Function Virtualization
Software Defined Networking
5G Network Slicing
5G network slicing enables service poviders to build virtual end-to-end neworks tailored to application requirements.
Mobil broad band ——> Communation, Entertainment, Internet
Machine to machine –> Retail, Shipping, Manufacturimg
Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another. This means that every single bit of DNA is the same between the both two! You might not believe, but there are human clones among us right now. They’re identical twins, created naturally not made in lab.
There are many types of cloning, some are given below:
Man is not God and shall not play God. Imagine yourself a clone and the only reason you have entered this world is to provide spare organs. What is the purpose of you life?
Purpose of cloning:
The production of babies for those such as infertile couples, single women, gays and couples whose children have died.
With cloning, doctors who perform plastic surgeries instead of using silicon and others materials which are foreign to the body, will be able to manufacture bone, fat and connective tissue that matches the patient’s tissue exactly
The goal of cloning is to take control of the reproductive process.
You are able to select the specific combination of genes to get what you want.
That’s appealing to people who breed animals
Plants are easy to clone- gardeners often take cutting to grow new plants which are clones
Cloning is an example of asexual reproduction where genetic information comes from just one parent
Potato plants reproduce vegetatively by growing tubers, from which the new plant will grow these are clones
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SIM or Subscriber identification Module is
a smart card that is include in every cellphone of the GSM family of networks
How to Clone SIM Card?
Scan the SIM to extract IMSI and KI, the 128 bit key.
Now put the IMSI and Ki into some card software.
And then copy it into a new SIM card
We now have a cloned SIM
How is a Phone Cloned?
Capture the ESN/MIN pair or SIM/IMEI pair.
Clone the ESN/MIN pair using electronic scanning devices.
The cloner reprograms or alters the microchip of any wireless phone.
The ESN/MINs are transferred using a computer to a device.
These devices are connected to handsets.
New information is legitimate phone into the phone.
Thus a clone of the legitimate phone is thus obtained.
What is the purpose of cloning?
Making fraudulent phone calls
Getting owner messages.
Using internet on owners bill
Using phone to commit a crime.
Getting personal information of owner.
Listening owner calls.
To tease anybody etc.
Cloning Laws Around the World
No federal law banning cloning , but several states have passed their own laws to ban the practice. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has also said that anyone in the United States attempting human cloning must first get its permission.
In Japan Human cloning is a crime that is punishable by up 10 years in prison
UK has allowed cloning human embryos, but is working to pass legislation to stop total human cloning.
Cloning, Good or Bad
People can get an animal that looks the same as the pet they had
Scientists can clone organs and help people live longer
Scientists can also clone body parts such as ears to surgically attach to a person
Cloned animals are safe to eat
The offspring of cloned animals are often born deformed
It is against religious beliefs
Pets that are cloned often do not come out having the same personality and can look different
Why Cloning is Bad for Society
It will contradict the religious beliefs
It may build a new world of fraud and unethical practices