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Mobile Phone Security And Forensics


This edition provides both theoretical and practical background of security and forensics for mobile phones. The author discusses confidentiality, integrity, and availability threats in mobile telephones to provide background for the rest of the book. Security and secrets of mobile phones are discussed including software and hardware interception, fraud and other malicious techniques used "against" users. The purpose of this book is to raise user awareness in regards to security and privacy threats present in the use of mobile phones.


Welcome to the second edition of “Mobile Phone Security and Forensics.” The dominance of mobile phones has continued since the publication of the fi rst version of the book, in an ever-increasing rate.

However, while we are enjoying the technological advances that mobile phones offer, we are also facing new security risks coming as a cost of our increasing dependence on the benefi ts of wireless communications.  The purpose of this book is the same as before: to raise user awareness in regard to security and privacy threats present in the use of mobile phones. It is focused on practical issues and easy to follow examples, skipping theoretical analysis of algorithms and standards.

Most sections have been enriched with new material. The book is more geared toward the mobile devices themselves and not the underlying networks, so most of the contents are applicable irrespectively of the “generation” of the network (GSM, 3G, 4G, etc.) to GSM and UMTS alike.

The goal is to achieve a balance, including both technical and nontechnical chapters. Amateurs as well as experienced users will benefi t from the overview of threats and the valuable practical advice. They will also get to know various tricks affecting the security of their phone.

More advanced users will appreciate the technical discussions and will possibly try experimenting with the forensics and mobile phone control techniques presented in the respective chapters.


File Type: PDF
File Size: 3.50 MB
Total Pages: 128

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