Security researchers discover nearly a dozen 5G vulnerabilities
A team of researchers have uncovered nearly a dozen 5G vulnerabilities, showing the latest generation may not provide the leap in security we hoped for.
The researchers, from the universities of Iowa and Purdue, were able to perform a range of concerning attacks.
Some examples of attacks the researchers conducted include location tracking, broadcasting fake emergency alerts, and cutting devices off from the 5G network.
With 5G networks expected to proliferate rapidly and be used for ever more critical...