Rcbjr's got a point... Its risky... And it may even create legal reprocussions... (Don't think ... BlackBerry Curve forum
Rcbjr's got a point... Its risky... And it may even create legal reprocussions... (Don't think I spelled that right)...
Why don't you get the company to pay for the device you use for work and just get a seperate service for your new personal device. Much much easier and definately legal...
Extracting the Ki has to be done indirectly by issuing data processing requests to the crypto processor on the SIM card. This process takes 4 to 8 hours, and there is a nearly 50/50 chance that you will damage the original SIM card in that process.
Oh and... it's of dubious legality in most jurisdictions.
Sounds real convenient - also sounds illegal and doing it is playing with fire.
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just a heads up, i didnt say i thought it could be done, i know it can be, like anything else wheres theres a will theres a way, im military, and had a good phone for home and a second for the field, the field phone used a duplicate of the good phones sim card, worked fine with at&t, just spend some time surfing and im sure youll find the software you need, i believe Litronic has the stuff
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