Mobile phone-cloning

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Mobile phone-cloning

  1. 1. Seminar Presentation on Mobile Phone Cloning By Shishupal Nagar 8CSB-1(95)DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE &ENGINEERING Jaipur Engineering College & Research Centre Sitapura Tonk, Road Jaipur
  2. 2. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION GSM & CDMA MOBILE PHONES SOME IMPORTANT TERMS HOW IS A PHONE CLONED? METHODS TO DETECT CLONED PHONES IMPACT OF CLONING HOW TO PREVENT CLONING? CONCLUSION REFERENCES
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONCLONING: Cloning is the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another. This means that every single bit of DNA is the same between the two!WHAT IS MOBILE PHONE CLONING? Mobile phone cloning is copying the identity of one mobile telephone to another mobile telephone. The purpose of mobile phone cloning is making fraudulent telephone calls. The bills for the calls go to the legitimate subscriber.
  4. 4. GSM Global System for Mobile Communications. A digital cellular phone technology based on TDMA. GSM phones use a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card that contains user account information. Any GSM phone becomes immediately programmed after plugging in the SIM card. Operators who provide GSM service are Airtel , Vodafone ,Idea etc.
  5. 5. CDMA It stands for Code Division Multiple Access. In a CDMA system, your encoded voice is digitized and divided into packets. These packets are tagged with "codes." The packets then mix with all of the other packets of traffic in the local CDMA network as they are routed towards their destination. The receiving system only accepts the packets with the codes destined for it. Operators who provide CDMA service in India are Reliance , Tata Indicom etc.
  6. 6. IMPORTANT TERMS IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identifier, this is a 10 digit universally unique number of our GSM handset. I use the term Universally Unique because there cannot be 2 mobile phones having the same IMEI no. This is a very valuable number and used in tracking mobile phones. SIM, which stands for Subscriber Identification Module. Basically the SIM provides storage of subscriber related information.
  7. 7. CONTD…… ESN, which stands for Electronic Serial Number. It is same as the IMEI but is used in CDMA handsets MIN stands for Mobile Identification Number, which is the same as the SIM of GSM.
  8. 8. HOW IS A PHONE CLONED? Cellular thieves can capture ESN/MINs using devices such as cell phone ESN reader or digital data interpreters (DDI). The ESN/MIN pair can be cloned in a number of ways without the knowledge of the carrier or subscriber through the use of electronic scanning devices. After the ESN/MIN pair is captured, the cloner reprograms or alters the microchip of any wireless phone to create a clone of the wireless phone from which the ESN/MIN pair was stolen.
  9. 9. METHODS TO DETECT CLONED PHONES Duplicate detection - The network sees the same phone in several places at the same time. Reactions include shutting them all off so that the real customer will contact the operator because he lost the service he is paying for, or tearing down connections so that the clone users will switch to another clone but the real user will contact the operator. Velocity trap - The mobile phone seems to be moving at impossible, or most unlikely speeds. For example, if a call is first made in Helsinki, and five minutes later, another call is made but this time in Tampere, there must be two phones with the same identity on the network.
  10. 10. CONTD…… Call counting - Both the phone and the network keep track of calls made with the phone, and should they differ more than the usually allowed one call, service is denied. PIN codes - Prior to placing a call, the caller unlocks the phone by entering a PIN code and then calls as usual. After the call has been completed, the user locks the phone by entering the PIN code again. Operators may share PIN information to enable safer roaming.
  11. 11. CONTD…. Frequent wrong number phone calls to your phone, or hang-ups. Difficulty in placing outgoing calls. Difficulty in retrieving voice mail messages. Incoming calls constantly receiving busy signals or wrong numbers. Unusual calls appearing on your phone bills.
  12. 12. IMPACT OF CLONING Each year, the mobile phone industry loses millions of dollars in revenue because of the criminal actions of persons who are able to reconfigure mobile phones so that their calls are billed to other phones owned by innocent third persons. Many criminals use cloned cellular telephones for illegal activities, because their calls are not billed to them, and are therefore much more difficult to trace.
  13. 13. CONTD…. This phenomenon is especially prevalent in drug crimes. Drug dealers need to be in constant contact with their sources of supply and their confederates on the streets. Traffickers acquire cloned phones at a minimum cost, make dozens of calls, and then throw the phone away after as little as a days use. In the same way, criminals who pose a threat to our national security, such as terrorists, have been known to use cloned phones to thwart law enforcement efforts aimed at tracking their whereabouts.
  14. 14. HOW TO PREVENT CLONING? Service providers have adopted certain measures to prevent cellular fraud. These include encryption, blocking, blacklisting, user verification and traffic analysis: Blacklisting of stolen phones is another mechanism to prevent unauthorized use. An Equipment Identity Register enables network operators to disable stolen cellular phones on networks around the world. User verification using Personal Identification Number (PIN) codes is one method for customer protection against cellular phone fraud.
  15. 15. CONTD…. Tests conducted have proved that United States found that having a PIN code reduced fraud by more than 80%. Traffic analysis detects cellular fraud by using artificial intelligence software to detect suspicious calling patterns, such as a sudden increase in the length of calls or a sudden increase in the number of international calls. The software also determines whether it is physically possible for the subscriber to be making a call from a current location, based on the location and time of the previous call.
  16. 16. CONCLUSION Mobile Cloning Is in initial stages in India so preventive steps should be taken by the network provider and the Government the enactment of legislation to prosecute crimes related to cellular phones is not viewed as a priority, however. It is essential that intended mobile crime legislation be comprehensive enough to incorporate cellular phone fraud, in particular "cloning fraud" as a specific crime. Existing cellular systems have a number of potential weaknesses that were considered. It is crucial that businesses and staff take mobile phone security seriously.
  17. 17. REFERENCES www.google.co.in www.wikipedia.org www.1000projects.org/ www.seminarsonly.com/

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