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Mobile Security Looming As New Hacker Frontier

I'm more worried about losing my cell phone than I am about getting my wallet lifted. Probably I shouldn't fret over a physical loss -- with password protection, you can set your misplaced iPhone or BlackBerry to wipe its data after 10 unauthorized access attempts (unless your password is "password"). What troubles me more, though, is that we haven't begun to seriously grapple with mobile security, mostly because hackers aren't flooding the space. But they will be.
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Can my SIM card be hacked and used remotely?

Smart card technology protects SIM cards, making them very secure and virtually impossible to hack or clone.  Only someone physically possessing a SIM card can use it, so no one can make fraudulent calls remotely with your SIM.  If your phone is lost or stolen, immediately notify your mobile service provider, who will block your SIM card and prevent anyone from using your mobile phone to make calls under your subscription.
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Can my SIM card be hacked and used remotely?

Smart card technology protects SIM cards, making them very secure and virtually impossible to hack or clone.  Only someone physically possessing a SIM card can use it, so no one can make fraudulent calls remotely with your SIM.  If your phone is lost or stolen, immediately notify your mobile service provider, who will block your SIM card and prevent anyone from using your mobile phone to make calls under your subscription.
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