Can cell phones be hacked? Itís not that easy

Tuesday, 26 June 2007, 10:13 AM EST

The story of the Kuykendall family seems an unlikely one, with tales of how they believe their cell phones, as well as those owned by other families, have been taken over and cell-phone cameras mysteriously turned on and off. While the mystery of the Kuykendall familyís cell-phone experience isnít fully explained, people are wondering whether such events are even possible. Security experts say yes ó but still in the realm of the unlikely.

At NetworkWorld.

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