Neo1973 breaks the last boundery to GSM fuzzing
With the new mobile phone by Neo Advanced I no longer see anything stopping people from doing GSM fuzzing (cheaply) or even attacking the GSM network as well as any infrastructure located on the GSM network. Until recently this kind of testing required (very) expensive hardware now the Linux based phone should solve it.
Update 1: It appears that the GSM drivers aren’t open sourced, so they cannot be easily used to fuzz, but if they aren’t “encrypted/protected” maybe you can use beSTORM‘s API fuzzing?
Update 2: I mistakenly gave credit to OpenMoko instead to the phone in the title.