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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 7:48 pm 
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mSpy app lets someone remotely snoop on you through your phone or tablet




We all know by now that the US’s National Stalker Agency – oh, excuse me, I meant to say National Security Agency (NSA) – eavesdrops on just about everybody on the planet.

At any rate, that’s the takeaway you get after an eyeful of the mSpy application.

mSpy is a mobile surveillance application that runs on smartphones and tablets including iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, iPad and Galaxy Tab devices.

Its marketing promises that users who install it on their phones can “remotely spy on text messages, call logs, and emails; track location, record surroundings, and more on smartphones and tablets.”

Not only that, it stealthily keeps tabs on calendar information; records conversations; determines GPS coordinates of the phone and shows the location of the target device on a convenient map.Physical access is required to install mSpy – which takes about 20 minutes – but not after that.

Spy. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.Your mom, your dad, your boss, or any random, creepy friend or stalker who got his or her hands on your mobile phone can remotely tweak the application’s settings at any time with a convenient control panel on any internet-enabled device.

If you find a shiny new gadget under the Christmas tree in December, you may well ponder whether your benefactor has slipped you an mSpy.

Here’s what the company says about determining whether somebody’s installed mSpy on your gadget:When it comes to monitoring employees, the buck doesn’t stop here with mSpy – it stops with the employer.

Like mSpy advises, employers should make sure they inform employees regarding what’s considered to be appropriate mobile device use for their role. Informing staff that they’re being monitored is also a prudent thing to do.

But what about monitoring children? Parents, do you already? If not, would you? If yes, then do your kids know they’re being monitored?

I wouldn’t do that to anybody, and the NSA doesn’t share with the likes of me, so you’re just going to have to tell us your thoughts in the comments section below.https://www.ttspy.com/how-to-hack-into-someones-android-cell-phone.html
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