Michael Thomas mike at mtcc.com
Tue Mar 8 22:22:25 UTC 2022

On 3/8/22 2:17 PM, Brandon Svec wrote:
> I also read that the Russian military is depending on the 
> mobile network for some (much?) of their own communication which isn't 
> that surprising if the stories about their general ineptness are to be 
> believed.  Maybe the reverse is happening and Ukraine and allies are 
> listening in on Russian soldiers?  I would also think it serves a 
> purpose to track targets in either direction too.

The article made reference to what I guess is the equivalent to CALEA 
which puzzles me because the telco is the one that implements that and 
they need authorization. I suppose the Russians could hack that, but the 
Ukrainians could just ask for it. I'm betting that the article is as 
good as its cost.


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