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Google tries to smash smishing in Messages
Verified SMS rolling out in nine countries.
Dec 13 2019 10:03AM
Private number paranoia drives Qld Police to SMS
Do U know who this is? Cops to txt members of public involved in investigations.
Aug 19 2019 6:55AM
A US$100k reminder as to why SMS 2FA isn't secure
Beware of SIM porting attacks.
May 29 2019 12:24PM
Bidding war sparked for SMS M&T
Board decides it likes ASG's bid better than offer from DWS.
Jun 15 2017 11:15AM
Known SS7 flaw used to drain bank accounts
Hackers could bypass SMS two-factor authentication.
May 5 2017 11:33AM
It's time to put SMS 2FA out to pasture
[Blog post] Telstra fire reminds us there are better ways to authenticate.
Feb 7 2017 2:30PM
Telstra sending SMS to wrong numbers after exchange fire
Security concerns for 2FA.
Feb 2 2017 4:28PM
Qld parents to get text messages when kids skip school
Govt mulls automated systems for the state.
May 5 2016 5:30PM
Westfield ditches SMS feature over privacy issues
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Feb 3 2016 6:48AM
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Sep 22 2015 2:30PM
Aussies set for lower mobile call, SMS rates
ACCC cuts telco termination costs in half.
Aug 24 2015 3:39PM
ACCC to cut costs of mobile calls, SMS
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May 6 2015 10:04AM
ACCC pushes for cheaper mobile calls and texts
Asks for advice on termination rate pricing.
Aug 1 2014 2:05PM
ACCC to regulate SMS termination fees
Will stamp down on monopolies.
Jun 17 2014 1:03PM
Telstra, VHA under pressure from messaging apps
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Feb 21 2014 8:27AM
Weather bureau forced to dump water data project
Audit questions $38 million bill for open source project.
Feb 7 2014 6:45AM
Corporate USB modems open to SMS attack
Attackers rack up phone bills, steal login credentials
Jan 30 2014 5:59PM
Optus rebuffed in SMS fee renegotiation
Joins MacTel, iiNet in seeking regulatory recourse.
Jul 11 2013 6:44AM
EU regulation slashes mobile roaming rates
Expects growth in market.
Jun 28 2013 6:27AM
Twitter rolls out SMS two-factor authentication
Follows series of high-profile Twitter account hijacks.
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