- when you will get them,
- when and if the product will get Australia Standards certification,
- if it will support Australian houses which have a totally different title structure from American homes.
Telecommunications giant O2-Telefonica confirmed details of the SS7-based cyberattacks to Süddeutsche Zeitung.Two-factor authentication over text messages is dying. https://t.co/ax5nRFcXGq— Mikko Hypponen (@mikko) May 4, 2017
News of the incident prompted widespread concern online, as security advocates railed against the popular and continuous use of text messages to authenticate account information while a mountain of growing evidence now exists proving SS7 is unsafe to deliver such data.EVERYONE'S BANK ACCOUNT IS AT RISK until FCC and telecom industry fix the devastating #SS7 flaw. https://t.co/rF4N4PFamA— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) May 3, 2017
Security experts say that the same SS7-centric hacking techniques used against German banks will become increasingly prevalent in the future, forcing organizations to reconsider how they authenticate user activity.On @bbcclick we talked & demoed SS7 weakness now it has been used in real bank hack. We're screwed. https://t.co/TLJQHWN2jl— Alan Woodward (@ProfWoodward) May 4, 2017