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Well, it's quite easy to

Well, it's quite easy to decode that timestamp using date --date="XXX secs since Jan 1 1970", and the time being send is the current time.

However, if it's my service provider then why from a spoofed number (coming from Kazachstan ?) and why does it cause an SMS to open automatically (rather than set my time correctly). And why 2 times today ? :-)

Software bugs ?

I like my other explanations more though. This would be boring :-P

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