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mSpy Track Phone App

mSpy is one of the most popular phone trackers existing on the market. It is both powerful and simple. It has a great reputation every user can approve and tons of positive reviews on the Internet. Here are few main advantages of the program:

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  • Reliable and friendly technical support department
  • Compatible with Android, Blackberry, Symbian, and even iOS without jailbreak
  • Great list of features

Spy On Your Boyfriend, Girlfriend or Children's Text Messages and Emails from a Cellphone

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  • 1 Questions and Answers
    • 1.1 How can I check my boyfriend's WhatsApp chat without him knowing, please guide me?
    • 1.2 How can I spy on my boyfriend's WhatsApp without him knowing and for free?
    • 1.3 How can I check my girlfriend's messages and other apps she uses on her phone without her knowing ?
    • 1.4 I caught my fiance cheating 3 months ago, he lives in Jamaica and I live in the US. How can I find out if he's still cheating? I would like to spy on his phone to view his messages. Please help?
    • 1.5 Has technology improved to give me access to his text messages without him knowing, or how can I download an app quickly (like a bathroom visit)?
    • 1.6 I would like to know if I can track messages being sent from an iPhone 4?
    • 1.7 How can I tap a phone call without them knowing?
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Mobile Threat Monday: Stealthy Spy Android App Goes Open Source

This week, Malwarebytes points us to a malicious app which can add remote administration toolkit functionality to existing applications. What sets Dendroid apart from similar apps is its extensive list of features which lets it exploit Android devices.
  • By Fahmida Y. Rashid
  • August 25, 2014 3:32PM EST
  • August 25, 2014
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This week, Malwarebytes points us to a malicious app which can add remote administration toolkit functionality to existing applications. What sets Dendroid apart from similar apps is its extensive list of features which lets it exploit Android devices.

Malwarebytes calls this malicious app Android/Trojan.Spy.Dendroid.

Dendroid Dendroid consists of a Web-based administration panel and builder that makes it easy to inject Dendroid into existing apps. One way Dendroid can sneak past users and infect devices is by pretending to be a parental control tool, since this category of apps require similar privileges as the RAT, such as accessing GPS coordinates and checking installed apps.

This app was previously sold in underground forums for 0 . Now the source code is available as open source on Github and is available to a larger malware-writing audience. With the code available for free and in an easy-to-search location, even the most novice malware author can easily use Dendroid and spread the resulting malicious apps.

There is a "huge potential" for cloned apps infected with Dendroid, Malwarebytes said.

What's It Doing? Dendroid can intercept and block SMS messages, surreptitiously record audio, video, and calls, forward contact information, and more. Dendroid also connects with a command-and-control server to forward captured data and receive commands to execute on the infected device. Dendroid can also send SMS messages to premium-rate numbers without the user being aware of what is happening.

Dendroid can secretly record all of your phone calls or silently listen in on your phone's microphone. The malware can also turn on your camera and take pictures, and then upload the pictures. Consider if your phone is listening in on a meeting or a brainstorming session and recording all the information being shared.

Staying Safe According to Malwarebytes, the source code is available on Github, which means anyone can use the code to write booby-trapped apps. A lot of the resulting malicious apps will show up on third-party app stores, but we can't rule out the possibility of Dendroid-laden apps sneaking into legitimate app stores. As Malwarebytes noted, researchers found Dendroid in the Play Store shortly after discovering the source code on underground forums back in February.

Continue avoiding third-party app stores where you can, and consider installing security software on your Android, such as Editors' Choice winners Bitdefender Mobile Security and Antivirus and avast! Mobile Security & Antivirus .

As always, keep an eye on your permissions. If  the app seems to be asking for too many permissions, it's worth asking if you really need that app.

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2 Million Downloads and Still Going Strong! April 2nd, 2016 | Nick Fox

GpsTracker has now been downloaded over 2 million times on SourceForge . It’s also very popular on Github . I’ve been working on GpsTracker for about 10 years. I’m doing much less software work right now for several reasons. The first is I’ve been writing software for 20 years and I’m now 55 and writing software just isn’t as fun as it used to be and I’m no longer interested in dealing with all the stress .

Another reason why I’m winding down writing software and in particular, more software for GpsTracker is that it has not been as financially successful as I would have liked. I get approximately 200 to 300 dollars a month from Google Adsense which is nice. In the past 10 years, I’ve gotten about 400 dollars in donations. Nothing in GpsTracker is really that complicated (except for the WordPress plugin). When I first wrote GpsTracker, my goal was to write something that ran on several platforms as a learning tool for me. At first it was a simple PHP server running MySQL on the backend and a java ME client. This was before iPhone and Android came out. I, of course, added those clients as well as Windows Phone. And I wrote a complementary .NET server. Next I created a WordPress plugin which I consider to be the best piece of software I ever wrote.

The last piece of software I created for GpsTracker was a TK103 server and client. Have you ever seen those GPS trackers that you can just plug into the OBD (On Board Diagnostics) port in your car? Well, you can buy them on amazon and then you can pay some company about 20 to 50 dollars a month so that you can track your car. There are lots of companies that will do that for you. Well, I wanted to know how they did it so I ended up writing my own PHP socket server and client and integrating it with my WordPress plugin and there I was, tracking cars for free. I will admit that was a fun project. It was something I always wondered about.

I had a fellow developer, Brent Fraser, join me and he expanded the back end by creating SQLite and PostgreSQL databases for GpsTracker. The whole point of all this was to create a very flexible starting point for other developers so that they could take GpsTracker and work on the platforms that best suited their needs. I think we’ve done a very good job in achieving that goal.

I like helping people and I will continue to do so as time and desire permits. I’m going to create a forum here on websmithing to better organize questions and responses. At this point in time, I will not be taking on any new clients. I wish you luck and success with your software endeavors.

So anyway, that’s where I’m at and that’s where GpsTracker is at. Did I just end that sentence with a preposition? I really need to work on my writing skills…

 

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The Hacks of Mr. Robot: How to Spy on Anyone's Smartphone Activity

  • By occupytheweb
  • 5/26/16 12:12 PM
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Welcome back, my greenhorn hackers!

As all you know by now, I'm loving this new show, Mr. Robot . Among the many things going for this innovative and captivating program is the realism of the hacking. I am using this series titled " The Hacks of Mr. Robot " to demonstrate the hacks that are used on this program.

In the third episode , Tyrell Wellick, the technically-astute CTO wannabe, is seen having an affair with one of his employees. When his lover goes to the shower, he grabs his phone and installs tracking software on his phone to spy on him. We don't yet know why he has installed the software, but I'm sure we will find out soon.

Tyrell, with the physical phone in hand, is seen downloading and installing software to the phone for some malicious purpose (this is Tyrell, after all—he has nothing other than unbridled, ambitious, and malicious purposes).

Here is Tyrell downloading and installing this tracking app to his lover/employee's phone. If we want to do the same, we just need to have the physical phone in our hands for 2-3 minutes.

In this tutorial, we will look at some of the software that can be installed to track and steal information from a smartphone, whether for legitimate or malicious purposes.

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