Stealth Cell Tower

Stealth Cell Tower is an antagonistic GSM base station in the form of an innocuous office printer.

Masquerading as a regular cellular service provider, Stealth Cell Tower surreptitiously catches phones and sends them SMSs written to appear they are from someone that knows the recipient. It does this without needing to know any phone numbers.

With each response to these messages, a transcript is printed revealing the captured message sent, alongside the victim's unique IMSI number and other identifying information. Every now and again the printer also randomly calls phones in the environment and on answering, Stevie Wonder's 1984 classic hit I Just Called To Say I Love You is heard.

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4 Responses:

  1. Steen says:

    Can we get one for the office?

  2. Phil says:

    I think this also deserves an 'art' tag.

  3. Nada says:

    I trust that this will be used to extend the DNA lounge's "ATM experience" to customers' cellphones?

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