Scientists crack 6G network with paper and foil

Written By O. Love

It’s amazing how easy it was for them.

Scientists from Rice and Brown Universities have demonstrated the results of their latest experiment. It showed that at the moment, hacking 6G mobile networks is not such a difficult thing.

As part of the study, experts worked with a network broadcast at a frequency of 150 GHz. The data transmitted in it can be at least partially intercepted using a “metasurface”.

It’s not that hard to assemble it. To do this, it is enough to use a sheet of plain office paper, on which symbols in the form of the letter C from foil were applied. It is important to distribute them in a certain order.

At the same time, it is important to understand that scientists did not lay out the “antenna” scheme, since this can be used, including by intruders.

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