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Yes, there's an app in F-Droid that claims to detect such attacks. I
haven't used it.
On 2016-09-22 11:47 AM, Russell Reiter via talk wrote:
> Interesting tech news about Stingray surveillance. I wonder if
> there is some way to detect that an intruder has captured your
> signal. You can test for capture and cause them to power down by
> having someone near you call 911. Apparently authorities have to
> let EMS calls access the real network. I think black hats.... umm
> not so much.
> Russell Sent from mobile.
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