Dec 2016 - 5 mingsm aladdin, miracle box crack v2. This week a German encryption expert cracked the code keeping phone calls from being listened to.

In samsung devices with a Stock ROM, when you connect via USB the device to your computer, it will be recognized as a Modem as well as an ADB interface (in case you have the ADB downloaded and installed in your computer) and as a folder with files like images, songs and videos too. So I don’t know exactly what is the implementation of the Stock ROM software that makes the device to be used like a Modem and communicate with the SIM card through Hyperterminal (in Windows) or Minicom (in Linux) but is a key feature to crack GSM because it’s the only way I have found to get the KC key and the TMSI number.

So if you have a different device like a Sony Ericsson or HTC or others I’m pretty sure that you will not be able to crack your phone calls. In the case you have a Samsung device, you are lucky today! So you can be able to get this running until the step I have reached in case you follow my blog.

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I also recommend you to flash a Stock ROM in your Samsung device in case you have a Cyanogenmod ROM or any other Custom ROM, If you don’t really know what I’m talking about be quite and don’t get nervous, I will explain all the characteristics about the Android system necessary to get a the correct ROM running on your Samsung device in another thread of this page of my blog. I will also be really happy if someone could tell me why the Stock ROMs of Samsung make possible the characteristic of being treated as a Modem, so if someone is an expert of the android system I would really be very happy if you contact with me (my mail is in the about page of this blog).

STEP 0: Put your Mobile device working only in GSM not in 3G. A new menu will appear and enter Telephone information. Scroll down and go to the option that indicates: Define the prefered network –> and choose GSM only. Make sure that your option is selected and go back. With this action you have forced the phone to use the GSM network only. In some phones this option can be chosen in Settings menu –> Inalambric connections –> Mobile network. But in my case it only allows to choose WCDMA (3G) only or WCDMA/GSM prefered.

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So you have to enter to advanced options to change it. STEP 1: Capture the data on the main ARFCN. The main ARFCN for the cell would be the one with the maximum signal strength and this can be determined with kalibrate tool. We use this tool to get the maximum signal strength in a certain moment. Using device 0: ezcap USB 2. Kal: Scanning for GSM-900 base stations. STEP 2: Identify your service provider’s frequencies and the BTS towers identification numbers.

In my case, VODAFONE Espanya is my service provider and I identified that the frequency range assigned to them in Spain is between: 949,9 – 959,9 MHz. Do a google search for your country and for sure you will get success. It’s important to notice that the GSM900 downlink band is between: 935 – 960 MHz. Another thing that you must take into account is that airprobe is only able to decode the GSM downlink frequency channel. So after identifing your own service provider frequency range, you have to look for those frequencies in Kalibrate tool that are inside the range of your service provider.

These are the frequencies you have to tune with the RTL-SDR USB dongle to find your call or SMS. The other thing you must know is what MNC and MCC numbers are the ones that identify your service provider’s BTS towers and your country number, respectively. Here is explained what are the MNC and MCC numbers and which are the ones for your country (MCC) and for your service provider (MNC). These numbers can be used to place in a map the BTS towers you are using at a specified moment.

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STEP 3: Get your mobile’s TMSI number. This number is the one that is assigned to your phone when it is paged and is going to comunicate with the BTS tower. So this is the number that the BTS will use to identify your mobile device. To get this number I used the AT commands procedure to get acces to the SIM card of the mobile device where this number is stored and then I followed this link to enter the specific AT commands for this case: (it also shows how to obtain the Kc key, this key will be necessary for decrypting the GSM information and get the data of our call or SMS).

The following link explains some more options to get the Kc key that we will have to obtain later for decrypting: (I used the procedure of the link above to get the Kc key and the TMSI number, so I don’t know if the other options will work or not). GSM Message types: All these messages are from the MS(Mobile Station) to the BTS! (the so named air frame)! They are only signalling messages. This first type of messages contains information of the BTS towers (of the system).

LIST of ARFCNs of the cell! Neighbour cell description like LIST of ARFCN’s of the cell. Neighbour cell description – BCCH frequency list. Cell identity code decoded, LAI(MCC+MNC+LAC)decoded and some GPRS information. LAI(MCC+MNC+LAC) decoded, Cell selection parameters and RACH control parameters. Some GPRS information too. Neighbour cell description like LIST of ARFCN’s of the cell.

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Neighbour cell description – Extended BCCH frequency list. G message with information that we don’t take into account in this study. Like 3G neighbour cell description. They contain all the important information about GPRS like GPRS Cell options, GPRS Power Control Parameters.

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This second type contains information of the Mobile Station (MS). I altres tipus de Paging Request Type 1 poden portar qualsevol combinació d’identificadors de la MS com per exemple TMSI/P-TMSI del MS1 i IMSI del MS2 o IMSI del MS1 i MS2, etc. Només el IMSI del MS1 o bé No idnetity code, etc. STEP 4: Use the rtl_sdr tool to sniff all the information of the channel you have found. The rtl_sdr tool comes with gnuradio and it will catch all the information with the RTL dongle and save it in a.

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Bin file at the directory that you want to save it. Rtl_sdr /tmp/rtl_sdr_capture. So in this case, the tool will save the data into a file named: rtl_sdr_capture. Bin and placed inside the tmp directory. The -s flag is to specify the sample rate which seems to be better than the 1. E6 which is the default one. The other settings are the frequency which we want to tune and the gain.

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I prefer to decode a live channel that use top_block tool that comes with airprobe to get the information because this tool seems to be not as efficient as the rtl_sdr that have a bandwidth of 3. MHz which is enough to include all the GSM channel with the frequencies the system can change during the call. As we know the GSM is a frequency hopping system that will change the transmitter and receiver frequency in a call following the pattern of ARFCNs received in the System Information Type 1 frames before setting the call.

Cfile file with a precompiled gnuradio-companion scheme. The gnuradio-companion is a tool that comes with gnuradio and it has a graphical interface. You must download the next file: (Go to the end of the page and click on download in original format). And the program will open, the go to the tab open file and search the downloaded file named: rtl2832-cfile. Set the file source to the capture. Bin file directory where you have saved it with in the previous STEP 3, and set the file output for a file called capture. Cfile which should be located in the ‘airprobe/gsm-receiver/src/python’ folder.

Also, make sure that ‘Repeat’ in the File Source block is set to ‘No’. Now execute the GRC flow graph by clicking on the icon that looks like grey cogs. This will create the capture. The flow chart will not stop by itself when it’s done, so once the file has been written press the red X icon in GRC to stop the flow chart running.

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Because it won’t stop by itself. Then you can close the gnuradio-companion and delete the. Bin file saved in the tmp directory. Note that it’s always better to work with sudo privileges when using airprobe, wireshark, gnruadio, etc.

Then the wireshark software will open and you must select lo(loopback) and start. Note that wireshark comes installed in kali linux. When a window which is capturing is opened go to the filter box and write gsmtap to see only the GSM frames. STEP 7: Finally use the go. Sh tool that comes with airprobe to send the decoded information to wireshark and analyze the frames. First, we have to decode the signalling frames to know more things about the calls we are decoding:. The 64 is the decimation rate of the RTL-SDR, 0B is the configuration which go.

Sh is going to use: 0 means Timeslot 0 (beacon channel), B is the configuration that the cell uses on the beacon channel. With this we will get information about the system and of the calls identification numbers TMSI or IMSI(in few cases). The information that contains any frame of signalling will be explained in a new thread in the next days. STEP 8: Procedure and configuration of airprobe to identify all the information and decode it. As you can see these are the GSM configurations used in the different frames and you will have to be able to recognize each one to identify if you must use an airprobe configuration or another to decode the data of your call or SMS.

If you look at the traffic in Wireshark but it doesn’t seem to be right (for example you made a call or sent a text message while capturing but the Ciphering Mode Command is missing) it is pretty sure that you are using the wrong configuration (0B instead of 0C or vise versa). It is important to try both and figure out which one is correct for the cell you are observing. I will assume you sent a text message to yourself while capturing data. So now you can see all the messages of the beacon channel, but what are you looking for in the Wireshark log?

It is quite simple: first a “Paging Request” for the TMSI of the target phone, then a “ Ciphering Mode Command”. These are the messages which indicate that a transaction actually happened. Now to continue with the flow it is best to try to decode the same cfile but now giving the key too to go. I will explain how to get the Kc key with my method in a later thread. What are we looking for now? Well, it depends on the network: either there is an “Immediate Assignment” telling the phone to move to different timeslot (so they are not using the busy beacon channel to do their business) or you will actually be able to see the text message.

If instead of the SMS you find an “Immediate Assignment” message you need to open it and see which timeslot the phone is being commanded to and then you need to decode that timeslot using go. So, for example if it says that the phone needs to go to Timeslot 2 then your command would be:. Notice that I did not only change the Timeslot number from 0 to 2, but also the configuration from C to S, because the target phone is now on a Standalone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH), not on the beacon channel so we need to decode it differently. Also worth noting that SMS messages are almost always sent on the Control Channel not on the Traffic Channel.

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Now that we were able to decode an SMS let’s get to something a little bit harder: decoding a voice call! Well the first step is the same as it was when we decoded a text message: we look at the beacon channel, Timeslot 0:. Nothing besides the “Cipher Mode Command” because we didn’t provide the key, so let’s do that:. All right, what should we see now? Logically there needs to be an “Immediate Assignment” command, because the phone NEEDS to change at least once to a different timeslot to receive voice data (to a Traffic Channel, Timeslot 1-7).

What we saw when decoding the SMS is correct here too: depending on the network configuration we can see some messages about the call setup (if it is an incoming call we can even see the caller ID – the phone number calling our target) then an “Immediate Assignment” (configuration ‘C’ – combined) or we can only see an “Immediate Assignment” directing the phone to a Control Channel (just like it happened when receiving an SMS, configuration ‘B’). Of course if you follow the phone to the Control Channel you will see the call setup messages (in case of an incoming call) then another “Immediate Assignment” command, this time directing the phone to a Traffic Channel.