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'SMS of Death' Could Affect All Phones

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Jan 7, 2011, 9:48 PM

Oh, so...

Sounds like some software companies basically found a way to hack this for the sole purpose of selling the protection software to the network operators. Nice...
This doesn't sound like anything new. Back in about 2003 there was a text message going around that would cause nearly any phone to turn off. It was a funny joke at first until people realized that it would cause some phones to periodically turn thems...
Yeah now there coming out with phone security its 50 bucks for a year, they'll monitor everything! Laughing

Jan 7, 2011, 3:46 PM

Oh, great--

--soon our phones will be compromised. Excellent.
muchdrama said:
--soon our phones will be compromised. Excellent.

soon? lmao. Soon was long ago.
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