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I have been playing around with man in the middle attacks using ARP and was wondering if something like that were possible on a cellular network. For instance, say my phone (which I am using as a hotspot for my kali computer) is using a certain sell tower as are a bunch of other people. Is it possible to MITM attack them because they are on the same sell tower as me? Any feedback is welcome, thanks
I am looking for assistance. Specifically, I am trying to stop a group of individuals from hacking my PCs and Phones. My phones started getting hacked in 2010. I have switched phones, changed sim cards, changed carriers, everything. The freaks/stalkers just hack back in and begin harassing again. At this point they are remotely turning the WiFi on and then somehow they toggle it, or accelerate it. I am looking specifically for the technology they are using to: hack the phone, gaining access remotely (the current hackers are from india and work for a financial institution) remotely toggle the wifi off and on cause, what seem to be almost, electric shocks. I am not sure this is coming from the phone, but am asking in case someone knows of a way to use a phone or laptop to cause electrical or static like shocks to a person from a remote location.