SIM cards and AT&T

Joerg Reisenweber joerg at
Sat Jul 26 09:27:07 CEST 2008

The long version is: you can't readout the encryption key from new simcards.
Gifted hackers have resigned on this.
If you come up with a solution, you'll probably on title page of quite some 
papers ;-)
See a thread on this some weeks/mnths ago here n one of the ML

Am Sa  26. Juli 2008 schrieb Adam Talbot:
> "can't" is such a horrible word :-)
> I have been told that many time about installing Linux on different
> peaces of hardware.  I have 30+ SIMs to burnout, destroy, or otherwise
> use as guitar picks. The long version would be?
> -A
> On Sat, 2008-07-26 at 11:00 +0800, Joerg Reisenweber wrote:
> > Am Do  24. Juli 2008 schrieb Adam Talbot:
> > > Could I get around this with a SIM card burner?  Is there such a thing?
> > > Copy the 71234O SIM onto one of my old SIMs?
> > > -Adam
> > GSM-SIM can't be copied [short version]
> > /j

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