Who's eavesdropping on your cell?

Tuesday, 5 October 2004, 5:01 PM EST

If you thought that your little chit chats on your mobile phones are safe from eavesdropping, think again, as security experts have revealed that the new generation of mobile phones are highly vulnerable to hackers.

The loopholes in the software used in these mobiles can not only allow hackers to scroll through a phone's address book by remote control, but also to eavesdrop on conversations, the experts say.

At the Times of India.

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