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MOBILE PHONE CLONING

ABSTRACT:
Mobile communication has been readily available for several years, and is major business today. It provides a valuable service to its users who are willing to pay a considerable premium over a fixed line phone, to be able to walk and talk freely. Because of its usefulness and the money involved in the business, it is subject to fraud. Unfortunately, the advance of security standards has not kept pace with the dissemination of mobile communication.
Some of the features of mobile communication make it an alluring target for criminals. It is a relatively new invention, so not all people are quite familiar with its possibilities, in good or in bad. Its newness also means intense competition among mobile phone service providers as they are attracting customers. The major threat to mobile phone is from cloning.

Presented By:
S AMARENDER SINGH,II YR E.C.E
RAHUL VERMA,II YR E.C.E
GURUNANAK ENGG COLLEGE



INTRODUCTION
WHAT IS CELL PHONE CLONING?
WHEN DID CELL CLONING START?
GSM
CDMA
SECURITY FUNCTIONS OF THE GSM AND CDMA
HOW BIG OF A PROBLEM IS CLONING FRAUD?
HOW IS CELL CLONING DONE?
ARE OUR CELL PHONES SECURED?
CAN DIGITAL PHONES BE CLONED?
HOW TO KNOW THAT THE CELL HAS BEEN CLONED?
CAN CALLS ON CLONED PHONE BE TRACKED?
HOW TO PREVENT CELL CLONING?
WHAT IS CELL PHONE CLONING?

Cell phone cloning is copying the identity of one mobile telephone to another mobile telephone.
Usually this is done for the purpose of making fraudulent telephone calls. The bills for the calls go to the legitimate subscriber. The cloner is also able to make effectively anonymous calls, which attracts another group of interested users.
Cloning is the process of taking the programmed information that is stored in a legitimate mobile phone and illegally programming the identical information into another mobile phone. The result is that the "cloned" phone can make and receive calls and the charges for those calls are billed to the legitimate subscriber. The service provider network does not have a way to differentiate between the legitimate phone and the "cloned" phone.
WHEN DID CELL CLONING START?
The early 1990s were boom times for eavesdroppers. Any curious teenager with a £100 Tandy Scanner could listen in to nearly any analogue mobile phone call. As a result, Cabinet Ministers, company chiefs and celebrities routinely found their most intimate conversations published in the next day's tabloids
Cell phone cloning started with Motorola "bag" phones and reached its peak in the mid 90's with a commonly available modification for the Motorola "brick" phones, such as the Classic, the Ultra Classic, and the Model 8000.
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, thus allowing GSM phones to be easily rented or borrowed.Operators who provide GSM service are Airtel,Hutch etc.
CDMA
Code Division Multiple Access. A method for transmitting simultaneous signals over a shared portion of the spectrum. There is no Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card unlike in GSM.Operators who provides CDMA service in India are Reliance and Tata Indicom.
IS FIXED TELEPHONE NETWORK SAFER THAN MOBILE PHONE?
The answer is yes. In spite of this, the security functions which prevent eavesdropping and Unauthorized uses are emphasized by the mobile phone companies. The existing mobile communication networks are not safer than the fixed Telephone networks. They only offer protection against the new forms of abuse
SECURITY FUNCTIONS OF THE GSM AND CDMA
As background to a better understanding of the attacks on the GSM and CDMA network The following gives a brief introduction to the Security functions available in GSM. The following functions exist: ¢ Access control by means of a personal smart card (called subscriber Identity module, SIM) and PIN (personal identification number), ¢ Authentication of the users towards the network carrier and generation of A session key in order to prevent abuse. ¢ Encryption of communication on the radio interface, i.e. between mobile Station and base station, ¢ concealing the users™ identity on the radio interface, i.e. a temporary valid Identity code (TMSI) is used for the identification of a mobile user instead Of the IMSI.
HOW BIG OF A PROBLEM IS CLONING FRAUD?
The Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) estimates that financial losses in due to cloning fraud are between $600 million and $900 million in the United States. Some subscribers of Reliance had to suffer because their phone was cloned. Mobile Cloning Is in initial stages in India so preventive steps should be taken by the network provider and the Government.
HOW IS CELL CLONING DONE?
Cloning involved modifying or replacing the EPROM in the phone with a new chip which would allow you to configure an ESN (Electronic serial number) via software. You would also have to change the MIN (Mobile Identification Number). When you had successfully changed the ESN/MIN pair, your phone was an effective clone of the other phone. Cloning required access to ESN and MIN pairs. ESN/MIN pairs were discovered in several ways:
Sniffing the cellular
Trashing cellular companies or cellular resellers
Hacking cellular companies or cellular resellers
Cloning still works under the AMPS/NAMPS system, but has fallen in popularity as older clone able phones are more difficult to find and newer phones have not been successfully reverse-engineered.
Cloning has been successfully demonstrated under GSM, but the process is not easy and it currently remains in the realm of serious hobbyists and researchers.
ARE OUR CELL PHONES SECURED?
Too many users treat their mobile phones as gadgets rather than as business assets covered by corporate security policy. Did you realize there's a lucrative black market in stolen and "cloned" Sim cards? This is possible because Sims are not network specific and, though tamper-proof, their security is flawed. In fact, a Sim can be cloned many times and the resulting cards used in numerous phones, each feeding illegally off the same bill.
But there are locking mechanisms on the cellular phones that require a PIN to access the phone. This would dissuade some attackers, foil others, but might not work against a well financed and equipped attacker. An 8-digit PIN requires approximately 50,000,000 guesses, but there may be ways for sophisticated attackers to bypass it.
With the shift to GSM digital - which now covers almost the entire UK mobile sector - the phone companies assure us that the bad old days are over. Mobile phones, they say, are secure and privacy friendly.
This is not entirely true. While the amateur scanner menace has been largely exterminated, there is now more potential than ever before for privacy invasion.
The alleged security of GSM relies on the myth that encryption - the mathematical scrambling of our conversations - makes it impossible for anyone to intercept and understand our words. And while this claim looks good on paper, it does not stand up to scrutiny.
The reality is that the encryption has deliberately been made insecure. Many encrypted calls can therefore be intercepted and decrypted with a laptop computer.
WHAT ARE EMIE AND PIN?
ESN mean Electronic Serial Number. This number is loaded when the phone number is manufactured. this number cannot be tampered or changes by the user or subscriber. if this number is known a mobile can be cloned easily.
Personal Identification Number (PIN).every subscriber provides a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to its user. This is a unique number. If PIN and ESN are know a mobile phone can be cloned in seconds using some softwareâ„¢s like Patagonia. Which is used to clone CDMA phones.
WHAT IS PATAGONIA?
Patagonia is software available in the market which is used to clone CDMA phone. Using this software a cloner can take over the control of a CDMA phone i.e. cloning of phone. There are other Softwareâ„¢s available in the market to clone GSM phone. This softwareâ„¢s are easily available in the market. A SIM can be cloned again and again and they can be used at different places. Messages and calls sent by cloned phones can be tracked. However, if the accused manages to also clone the IMEI number of the handset, for which softwareâ„¢s are available, there is no way he can be traced.
CAN DIGITAL PHONES BE CLONED?
Yes. Digital phones can be cloned however; the mobile phones employing digital TDMA and CDMA technology are equipped with a feature known as "Authentication." Some newer model analog phones also have this feature. Authentication allows the mobile service provider network to determine the legitimacy of a mobile phone. Phones determined to be "clones" can be instantly denied access to service before any calls are made or received.
HOW TO KNOW THAT THE CELL HAS BEEN CLONED?
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
CAN CALLS ON CLONED PHONE BE TRACKED?
Yes. A SIM can be cloned again and again and they can be used at different places. Messages and calls can track sent by cloned phones. However, if the accused manages to also clone the IMEI number of the handset, for which softwareâ„¢s are available, there is no way the cell can be traced.
HOW TO PREVENT CELL CLONING?
Uniquely identifies a mobile unit within a wireless carrier's network. The MIN often can be dialed from other wireless or wire line networks. The number differs from the electronic serial number (ESN), which is the unit number assigned by a phone manufacturer. MINs and ESNs can be checked electronically to help prevent fraud.
.Mobiles should never be trusted for communicating/storing confidential information.
Always set a Pin that's required before the phone can be used.
Check that all mobile devices are covered by a corporate security policy.
Ensure one person is responsible for keeping tabs on who has what equipment and that they update the central register. How do service providers handle reports of cloned phones?
Legitimate subscribers who have their phones cloned will receive bills with charges for calls they didn't make. Sometimes these charges amount to several thousands of dollars in addition to the legitimate charges.
Typically, the service provider will assume the cost of those additional fraudulent calls. However, to keep the cloned phone from continuing to receive service, the service provider will terminate the legitimate phone subscription. The subscriber is then required to activate a new subscription with a different phone number requiring reprogramming of the phone, along with the additional headaches that go along with phone number changes.
WHAT EXACTLY IS AUTHENTICATION?
Authentication is a mathematical process by which identical calculations are performed in both the network and the mobile phone. These calculations use secret information (known as a "key") preprogrammed into both the mobile phone and the network before service is activated. Cloners typically have no access to this secret information (i.e., the key), and therefore cannot obtain the same results to the calculations.
A legitimate mobile phone will produce the same calculated result as the network. The mobile phone's result is sent to the network and compared with the network's results. If they match, the phone is not a "clone."
ARE THESE METHODS EFFECTIVE?
Yes, for the most part. However, Authentication is the most robust and reliable method for preventing cloning fraud and it is the only industry "standard" method for eliminating cloning. The fact that it is standardized means that all mobile telecommunications networks using IS-41 can support Authentication. There is no need to add proprietary equipment, software, or communications protocols to the networks to prevent cloning fraud.
IS MY PHONE AUTHENTICATION CAPABLE?
If the phone supports TDMA or CDMA digital radio, then yes. Otherwise, it depends on how old the phone is and the make and model. Almost all phones manufactured since the beginning of 1996 support the Authentication function. The best bet is to check with your service
ROLE OF SERVICE PROVIDER TO COMBAT CLONING FRAUD?
They are using many methods such as RF Fingerprinting, subscriber behavior profiling, and Authentication. RF Fingerprinting is a method to uniquely identify mobile phones based on certain unique radio frequency transmission characteristics that are essentially "fingerprints" of the radio being used. Subscriber behavior profiling is used to predict possible fraudulent use of mobile service based on the types of calls previously made by the subscriber.
Calls that are not typical of the subscriber's past usage are flagged as potentially fraudulent and appropriate actions can be taken.
Authentication has advantages over these technologies in that it is the only industry standardized procedure that is transparent to the user, a technology that can effectively combat roamer fraud, and is a prevention system as opposed to a detection system.
WHAT IS IS-41?
IS-41(Interim Standard No. 41) is a document prescribing standards for communications between mobile networks. The standard was developed by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and is used primarily throughout North America as well as many Latin American countries and Asia.
The IS-41 network communications standard supports AMPS, NAMPS, TDMA, and CDMA radio technologies. IS-41 is the standard that defines the methods for automatic roaming, handoff between systems, and for performing Authentication.
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
With technically sophisticated thieves, customers are relatively helpless against cellular phone fraud. Usually they became aware of the fraud only once receiving their phone bill.
Service providers have adopted certain measures to prevent cellular fraud. These include encryption, blocking, blacklisting, user verification and traffic analysis: Encryption is regarded as the most effective way to prevent cellular fraud as it prevents eavesdropping on cellular calls and makes it nearly impossible for thieves to steal Electronic Serial Number (ESN) and Personal Identification Number (PIN) pairs. Blocking is used by service providers to protect themselves from high risk callers. For example, international calls can be made only with prior approval. In some countries only users with major credit cards and good credit ratings are allowed to make long distance calls.
Blacklisting of stolen phones is another mechanism to prevent unauthorized use. An Equipment Identity Register (EIR) 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.
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. Currently, South Africa™s two service providers, MTN and Vodacom, use traffic analysis with the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) ” a 15 digit number which acts as a unique identifier and is usually printed on the back of the phone underneath the battery ” to trace stolen phones.
Other warning signs that subscribers should watch out for to detect fraudulent activity include:
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.
CONCLUSION
Presently the cellular phone industry relies on common law (fraud and theft) and in-house counter measures to address cellular phone fraud. 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.
REFERENCES
Wireless A-Z
Nathan J.Muller.
Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing
Frank Adelstein, Sandeep Gupta.
Wireless and Cellular Communication 3rd Edition
William C.Y.Lee.
Introduction to Telecom Communication Converging Technologies 1st Edition
Kimberly Massey.
3G Networks 1st Edition
Clint Smith, Saniel Collins




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Mobile Cloning


ABSTRACT

Are your mobile phone bills unexpectedly high? There’s a chance you are the victim of ‘‘mobile cloning’’. It is also known as cell phone piracy and has been taking place throughout the world since decades. Recently this crime has come to India.
Mobile phones have become a major part of our everyday life. On the one hand, India’s mobile phone market has grown rapidly in the last few years on the back of falling phone tariffs and handset prices, making it one of the fastest growing markets globally. On the other the number of mobile phone subscribers is exceeding that of fixed-line users. The mobile phone subscriber base has already crossed the 50-mn mark.
Today millions of mobile phones users, be it Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) or Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), run the risk of having their phones cloned. And the worst part is that there isn’t much that you can do to prevent this.
Such crime first came to light in January 2005 when the Delhi police arrested a person with 20 cell phones, a laptop, a SIM scanner, and a writer. The accused was running an exchange illegally wherein he cloned CDMA-based mobile phones. He used software for the cloning and provided cheap international calls to Indian immigrants in West Asia. A similar racket came to light in Mumbai resulting in the arrest of four mobile dealers

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A SEMINAR ON MOBILE CLONING:

Introduction:
_TEchnical revolution
-two faces of technology
-the risk factor

What is mobile cloning:
It essentially involves the copying the identity of one mobile phone to another mobile phone. The frauds use it for making fraudulent telephone calls.

How it is done
The EPROM in the mobile phone is replaced with a chip which allows the modification of the ESN via the software.
The the MIN is also changed. When the ESN/MIN pair has been successfuly changed, the new mobile phone becomes the clone of the other.

ESN/MIN pair
The ESN is the serial number of the mobile phone and the MIN is the telephone number of the phone. The cellphone reader or the digital data interpreter can be used to capture the ESN/MIN of the phone.

Fraud examples
-TEchnical method
-Criminal users
-roaming fraud.

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