Samsung intercept tracking

 

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Samsung intercept tracking

Contactless mobile payments come as standard in Samsung's latest Galaxy smartphones, but a hacker has found a way to intercept their signals. In a presentation  given at Defcon , Salvador Mendoza outlined a number of attacks targeting Samsung Pay, with the smartphone maker  responding that it knew about this flaw, but that such attacks are "extremely difficult" to pull off.

The attacks outlined by Mendonza focus on intercepting or fabricating payment tokens — codes generated by the user's smartphone that stand in for their credit card information. These tokens are sent from the mobile device to the payment terminal during wireless purchases. They expire 24 hours after being generated and are single-use only.

Mendoza outlined a number of attacks targeting this. In one scenario, a wrist-mounted device is used to skim tokens generated by the user's smartphone. This would require a user to authenticate — but not complete — a mobile payment, with Mendoza suggesting that a hacker might trick the user by asking to see a demonstration of Samsung Pay. You can see this method in action in a video by Mendoza below:

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Samsung Galaxy (stylized as SAMSUNG Galaxy , previously Samsung GALAXY ) is a series of mobile computing devices designed, manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics . The product line includes the Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones , the Galaxy Tab series of tablets , the Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus, and the first version of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch , with later versions dropping the Galaxy branding.

Samsung Galaxy devices have traditionally used the Android operating system produced by Google , usually with a custom user interface called TouchWiz . This tradition was broken at CES 2016 with the announcement of the first Galaxy-branded Windows 10 device, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S . [1]

Several older Galaxy phones (S4, S4 Mini, S5 and Note 4) are vulnerable to a specially crafted SMS that will produce a never-ending reboot loop. [2]

Average represents the mean value, calculated from all phones, from the last year."> average is 5.3 oz (152 g)

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