doesn't stop them spamming me every day asking for the geo loc of the unit
even though I've already told them (I didn't want to)
Voda love to spam me crap by text
Vodafone said that claims of a vulnerability involving its femtotell base station technology relate to a flaw it fixed a year ago. Security shortcomings in Vodafone's femtocell signal booster technology create a possible means for hacker to intercept calls or impersonate users that connect via a compromised device, The Hacker' …
An old article in THC's newly opened site gets jumped in by an over-zealous media.
Wouldn't journalists checking facts and doing some investigation first have picked up this important bit of information and prevented scaring the crap out all Vodafone's customers? The dates are clearly displayed on THC's page...
Do we really want instant news so much that journalists feel they don't gave time to do the most basic part of their job anymore?
it's just, i heard the 'phone hacking' went on quite some time ago..before last year when it got fixed.. and without actually caring, i find myself curious about the timeline for this..
also, am i the only one to have noticed them playing havoc with wifi signals? i know they're not supposed to byut it's quit remarkable how many wifi related faults i've managed to resolve with an Eu when they switch one in proximity off.. i'm just sayin'
The OP reflashed his device and took the geoloc components out completely!
He stated that he had recently tok his device to france and set it up in paris and it worked.
Another commentor mentioned that VF now check packet latency and if it too big they cut you
off so no trips to .au folks.
The problem with such simplistic barriers is this device is NFG for anyone who gets thier internet via a RF relay (such as some folks in the highlands).
Also how does an update get to a box that has been reflashed with a new/modified O/S?
VF should hire more techs and less PR staff.
"doesn't stop them spamming me every day asking for the geo loc of the unit"
Think for regulatory reasons they need to know where you have it installed - it's probably in your terms and conditions!
If you 'don't want to' send it back but they 'know' where you are anyway if they really cared - so not sure what you are trying to prove by witholding the information.
That someone would be willing to buy something that then utilises their own Broadband to route calls and still pay for the calls made...
The only reason I can imagine this would be valid is very rural users but that would raise potential problems with broadband coverage too.
Just move to a different network!
Or am I missing something? if so please correct me, thanks
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