Re: Changing IMEI of Freerunner with Firmware Flash

2015-05-11 Thread Spacefalcon the Outlaw
Rash ras...@milacom.de wrote: is it possible for data protection reason to change the IMEI of the freerunner via firmware? The instructions are right here: https://www.freecalypso.org/leo2moko/ffs-edit-kit.html Please also note that the FreeCalypso community now has its own general info

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-21 Thread Neal H. Walfield
At Thu, 20 Feb 2014 16:31:46 +0100, joerg Reisenweber wrote: On Thu 20 February 2014 15:27:33 Neal H. Walfield wrote: Why do you think the only use for a mobile phone is to make calls? If I only make a data connection and am careful to tunnel all of my data via Tor, then this

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-21 Thread joerg Reisenweber
On Fri 21 February 2014 10:17:26 Neal H. Walfield wrote: And no, you probably can't use a VPN to have only encrypted data transferred over the air. I don't think there are any free and open VPN endpoints available. Using Tor avoids this problem. Check it out:

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread joerg Reisenweber
On Thu 20 February 2014 12:05:00 Christoph Pulster wrote: Hi, @joerg: sorry we mis-communicate. No we don't. Or at least I don't. ;-) I am not talking about tracking (location of caller), me neither since that's absolutely trivial but identification of caller. me too If I buy a

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread Neal H. Walfield
At Thu, 20 Feb 2014 14:11:33 +0100, joerg Reisenweber wrote: On Thu 20 February 2014 12:05:00 Christoph Pulster wrote: Hi, @joerg: sorry we mis-communicate. No we don't. Or at least I don't. ;-) I am not talking about tracking (location of caller), me neither since that's

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread joerg Reisenweber
On Thu 20 February 2014 15:27:33 Neal H. Walfield wrote: Why do you think the only use for a mobile phone is to make calls? If I only make a data connection and am careful to tunnel all of my data via Tor, then this identification method is useful. Neal Err, right. For that usecase it

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread elhennig
Why do you think the only use for a mobile phone is to make calls? If I only make a data connection and am careful to tunnel all of my data via Tor, then this identification method is useful. Maybe because we are talking about a GSM modem? -- n...@el-hennig.de Lubarsky's Law of Cybernetic

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread joerg Reisenweber
On Thu 20 February 2014 15:27:33 Neal H. Walfield wrote: and am careful to tunnel all of my data via Tor Recent tests have revealed that at least 20 nodes in Tor are trying to break into your encrypted data transmission. It'd widely known that Tor is infiltrated by agencies. /j -- () ascii

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread Nick
joerg Reisenweber wrote: On Thu 20 February 2014 15:27:33 Neal H. Walfield wrote: and am careful to tunnel all of my data via Tor Err, right. For that usecase it might work - until you do *anything* that gives away your ID You still have location anonymity though. An adversary may

Re: changing IMEI

2014-02-20 Thread Andreas Kemnade
Hi, On 20 Feb 2014 12:05:00 +0100 openm...@pulster.de (Christoph Pulster) wrote: I remember adverts of Openmoko in capitals 100% FREE mobile. that this was a false promise comes evident afterwards. the knowledge about NDA restrictions of GSM components is still today only in some geek's