Sunday, September 28, 2014

Spy app monitors cheaters' smartphone


A person's cellphone has become the digital record of their life. Look inside and you'll see who they talk to, what they talk about, when and where they meet and what pictures they exchange.

It's no surprise that when police make an arrest or start an investigation, their first target is often a person's phone. And for the same reasons, a suspicious spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend would would dearly love to explore the data tucked away on their lover's phone.

That's the audience now being targeted by Mspy, a new program that can give one person nearly unlimited access to the information on another person's mobile phone. Once the untraceable program is installed on the target handset, the installer can log in with a password to read data on the target phone.

Accessible data includes text messages, call data, web browsing, app use, photos and the phone's location. All of that can be accessed from a computer anywhere in the world.

The software and monitoring access is sold on a subscription basis with plans starting at around $35 a month. For more details, check the Mspy website or this background article.


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