The world-first investigation follows a phone conversation between Mr Coulthart (right) speaking from Germany and Independent senator Nick Xenophon (left), who was at the Parliament House at the time of call The flaws discovered by the German researchers are actually functions built into SS7 for other purposes – such as keeping calls connected as users speed down highways, switching from cell tower to cell tower.
Criminals, commercial spies and suspected terrorists are allegedly exploiting the security loophole for their own benefit by accessing the system, which is being used by major providers around the world.
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