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New 5G flaws can track phone locations and spoof emergency alerts
5G is faster and more secure than 4G. Security researchers at Purdue University and the University of Iowa have found close to a dozen vulnerabilities, which they say can be used to track a victim's real-time location, spoof emergency alerts that can trigger panic or silently disconnect a 5G-connected phone from the network altogether. 5G is said to be more secure than its 4G predecessor, able to withstand exploits used to target users of older cellular network protocols like 2G and 3G like the use of cell site simulators — known as 'stingrays.' But the researchers' findings confirm that weaknesses undermine the newer security and privacy protections in 5G.
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