(a) How are eSIM profiles tied to a particular device? That is, what prevents a bad actor from digitally copying an eSIM profile (to use in a ‘soft’ or ’emulated’ SIM, or an actual eUICC chip)?
(b) On a related note, how is the Ki (or its eSIM equivalent) secured during the retrieval of the eSIM profile?
I can read many different attack vectors like swapping and porting but not sure if all those attacks are relevant about eSIM, can you please explain what are a security risk and attack vectors that will target eSIM?
How to check if device support eSIM?
I’m using Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2.
I found there’s Mobile Plan in Network & Internet settings.
But I’m not sure it is for eSIM.
When I tap on it, says :
“Network has no known provisioning website”
So how can I check either in my device or any other?
When the Apple Watch eSIM is configured:
The cited article is unclear and I hope that someone with experience configuring watches could comment.
how do you think how this will affect in the future the privacy of your information?