cell phone hacking

Why are cell phone unlock keys and keygen algorithms still being sold?
I understand there is a great profit motive to guard the secret, since with this ruling, unlocking has become a legal profession (for at least the next three years), unlike warez cracking.
But come on, somebody must have an itch to set the information free, no?


  1. Kaushik Chatterjee
    February 17th, 2007 | 2:07

    I need to know something about the wireless frequency scanner and the encryption standard maintained by the international cellular companies

  2. me
    February 18th, 2007 | 3:10

    I once toured a company in Cambridge called Vanu, Inc., that sells software-defined radio products, and they had a metal box with one of those tuners that could listen in on all the commercial cell phone traffic and make and receive calls on the networks. I vaguely recall there is some kind of encryption of the voice traffic, but it is pretty weak, I think. I also remember this was a very expensive device — military-grade. That’s all I know.

  3. April 19th, 2007 | 17:12

    how do you hack a cell phone?

  4. ray
    June 10th, 2007 | 19:00

    need more minutes on my cello phnoe it a samsung from virgin so can someone find how to get min

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