Towards an Open Source SDK for SIM Hacking

Posted on: March 14th, 2013

Open SIM Kit (OSK) is a project that aims to become an open source SDK of sorts for hacking SIM cards. In practice, this allows users to modify the contents of SIM cards. The goals of the project are as follows:
1. To offer a GUI for programing SIMs (instead of doing it from the command line in C++ and AT);
2. Storing/sharing information discreetly in scenarios where other communication might be monitored;
3. Modifying SIM cards to do things they currently cannot (special apps, work on ad-hock networks etc.);
4. Adding apps and other information that isn’t provided by Mobile carriers;
5. Publishing content ways that can reach populations where other communications might be scarce and unreliable but mobile feature phones are not;
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