DN revealed on Friday a vulnerability of Tele2, which enables you to listen to other people's voice mail.
The only thing needed is the phone number and a common used network service that simulates the number you want to call from. Tele2's systems have assumed that it is the correct telephone callers, and provided full access without asking for the code.
fought hardest against datalagringslagstiftningen. The company thought that it was an invasion of privacy when the police wanted their help to clear up serious criminal offences, such as terrorist crimes and child pornography,” writes Morgan Johansson on Twitter and continues:
”Now it turns out that the same company has security flaws that allows anyone to intercept the voice mail. Talk about the privacy problem”.
Fredrik Hallstan answer:
– Spoofing (to borrow another person's identity on the network, reds. note.) is not unique for the Tele2 and röstbrevlådebedrägeri and data storage are two very different things.
Tele2 has said that the company is known for the possibility to simulate the number but not understood that the method passed to use to listen to your messages. DN has no information that information must have leaked from the systems.
the DN has searched Morgan Johansson, who does not want to comment further.
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