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Video: This smartphone spying software would make the NSA proud

15
Mar
2014

While some companies are coming up with new hardware and software meant to thwart spying attempts and protect the privacy of the users, other companies are creating exactly the kind of software the NSA would be proud to use in order to covertly access all data on a smart device, Forbes reveals. Devices pre-loaded with mSpy software, that’s apparently undetectable to the user, can send a boatload of information to a site where the person who has access to the software can track activity. mSpy will collect all the relevant data. “Every call is recorded, every keystroke logged, every email seen, every SMS chat or photograph monitored,” Forbes writes. Location details are also grabbed along the way, and the devices

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