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Thieves Raid Traffic Lights for SIM Cards to Make Free Calls

It turns out that some Johannesburg traffic lights use SIM cards and GPRS to alert authorities to malfunctioning lights—but those SIM cards can also be harvested and used in generic phones to make unlimited, anonymous, free calls.

via @mmartoccia

Posted at 8:05am and tagged with: technology, networks, connected,.

Thieves Raid Traffic Lights for SIM Cards to Make Free Calls

It turns out that some Johannesburg traffic lights use SIM cards and  GPRS to alert authorities to malfunctioning lights—but those SIM cards  can also be harvested and used in generic phones to make unlimited, anonymous, free calls.

via @mmartoccia
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