Why (Special Agent) Johnny (Still) Can't Encrypt: A Security Analysis of the APCO Project 25 Two-Way Radio System

A session at 20th USENIX Security Symposium

  • Sandy Clark
  • Zachary Wasserman
  • Travis Goodspeed
  • Kevin Xu

Wednesday 10th August, 2011

2:00pm to 2:00pm (PST)

APCO Project 25 ("P25") is a suite of wireless communications protocols used in the US and elsewhere for public safety two-way (voice) radio systems. The protocols include security options in which voice and data traffic can be cryptographically protected from eavesdropping. This paper analyzes the security of P25 systems against both passive and active adversaries.

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Sandy Clark
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Zachary Wasserman
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Perry E. Metzger

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Travis Goodspeed
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Kevin Xu
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matt blaze

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Date Wed 10th August 2011

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