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Old 05-20-2006, 18:33   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Spying - Questions and Answers


Unfortunately I had to find out, that my wife (who I know for 2 years and have a baby with) is cheeting on me. As she is very tricky, I was hoping to be able to proof it to her using her mobile as a spy-phone.

I was sure, there would be software for that, as a mobile has:

a microphone
a camera (some)
a storage device
sending capabilities via
phone
sms
internet
bluetooth
infrared

is there no program which uses that infrastructure for my interest?

record outgoing calls + id + telnr.
record incomming calls + caller id
record sms
let me use a phone as bug

what I found in the net were programs like
bloover (doesn´t work)
spy call

is there any program / firmware which i can take over control of my phone?

I know this is something one shouldn´t do, to the woman you love. but I must state, that I trusted my wife much too long, and now i´ve found out, that most things she told me about herself were not true. I think she is nymphomaniac... now i want to get out of relationship, and the best for our little baby.


pls. help!!
 
Old 05-20-2006, 23:19   #2 (permalink)
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Im very sorry my friend to hear all that , yes there's so many way and IU would like to give you some links and info and if you need more just use
google and do some search here's the info for you my friend


I spy with my little phone

By Simon Davies, Gus Hosein and Ian Brown
The Daily Telegraph, 29 February 2000
The early 1990s were boom times for eavesdroppers. Any curious ****ager with a £100 Tandy Scanner could listen in to nearly any analogue mobile phone call. As a result, Cabinet Ministers, company chiefs and celebrities routinely found their most intimate conversations published in the next day's tabloids.
With the shift to GSM digital - which now covers almost the entire UK mobile sector - the phone companies assure us that the bad old days are over. Mobile phones, they say, are secure and privacy friendly.
This is not entirely true. While the amateur scanner menace has been largely exterminated, there is now more potential than ever before for privacy invasion.
The alleged security of GSM relies on the myth that encryption - the mathematical scrambling of our conversations - makes it impossible for anyone to intercept and understand our words. And while this claim looks good on paper, it does not stand up to scrutiny.
The reality is that the encryption has deliberately been made insecure. Many encrypted calls can therefore be intercepted and decrypted with a laptop computer.
Security experts at Israel's Weizmann Institute recently cracked the strongest European GSM encryption (A5/1) in less than a second, using a PC. Lucky Green, writing in the New Yorker last year boasted "I know how to build a GSM interception station using off-the-shelf hardware and a PII (Pentium II machine) running Linux for a total cost of well below US$ 10,000". One well known security specialist recently revealed to an internet news group "I figured out the algorithms (the code used in the encryption) during evenings and on weekends over the course of a few months on a budget of well below $100." Such attacks also reveal that mobile phone chips and identities can be cloned.
But even if the encryption was unbreakable, the security of mobile phone calls is fatally compromised because the encryption exists only between your mobile phone and the base stations. From there on, the signal is easy to intercept. The unencrypted signals being passed around the base stations are only marginally more secure than the old analogue system. Devices such as "The Harvester" can then simultaneously intercept thousands of calls between base stations. French security services were recently discovered to have established listening stations on the French mainland positioned to intercept UK mobile phone signals. The human rights watchdog Privacy International, in its 1996 report "Big Brother Incorporated" lists dozens of companies selling such equipment on the open market.
These threats are particularly relevant to people in the business or political world, though anyone with an interesting life may want to think twice before speaking freely on a phone. The Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament will next week discuss recent revelations that the US National Security Agency has been routinely monitoring virtually the entire telecommunications spectrum. In 1998, members of the European Parliament (EP) were provided with evidence that the NSA in collusion with the British Government, has created the means to intercept almost every fax, email and telephone call within the European Union. Sketchy details of the NSA's spying activities in Europe have been common currency for decades, but had never been formally acknowledged.
Of particular interest to the Parliament was the report's assertion that the NSA is beefing up its commercial espionage activities. According to evidence presented to the Parliament, the NSA has been routinely intercepting sensitive traffic relating to bids, takeovers, mergers, investments and tenders for the economic benefit of the US.
However the most immediate security problem for mobile phone users can be found within the phone companies themselves. The "traffic data" generated by each call provides a wealth of information on who you know, and where you've been. Police and other agencies use Harlequin's WatCall software to convert lists of phone calls, obtained automatically (without any judicial oversight) from phone companies, into "friendship networks" that can be matched with information in police intelligence computers. Meanwhile, the traffic data also contains information on the areas from which calls were made (this information is necessary for billing purposes).
While the base station and billing data provides a retrospective location tracking mechanism, some phone networks are offering a real-time tracking facility. Companies in Sweden now incorporate a service that uses triangulation between base stations to pin-point a user's precise location. Ideal for nosy partners, malevolent stalkers, and obsessive employers.
Prepaid phones do not provide any guarantee of anonymity. Not only do many companies ask for personal details upon registration, but each phone carries a unique ID number, which can be tied to the user once it has been logged during an intercepted call.
Nor does UMTS - the next generation of mobiles -appear to offer any improvement. The government's policy on communications privacy remains unchanged. Indeed the security problems are likely to become more acute as new services support video images, email and data. This new generation of phones offers such services as interactive navigation, "secure" financial transactions, and health data exchange.
The government argues that access to our phone calls is essential for national security and law enforcement. Their position is superficially persuasive, but at no time in the past decade have any of the relevant agencies quantified these threats. Meanwhile, the security and privacy of our communications is being engineered into extinction.
Simon Davies and Gus Hosein are privacy specialists in the London School of Economics. Ian Brown is in the Computer Science Department, University College London
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----------------read more best of luck----------------------------------

Mobile phones have so many uses these days one can hardly keep up. And even if you do follow the latest developments, you don’t really need to know about all of them do you? But here's something that will catch your fancy whether you're a gadget freak or not - Nokia spy phones!

In December 2004, the very first modified Nokia cell phone for the sole purpose of spying was launched. And now a French firm is marketing not just one but TWO spy phones – a modified Nokia 6100 and 3310, for 699 and 399 euros respectively. They are unlocked Nokia GSM mobile phones and as far as we know, they do NOT work on US networks.

How does it work (read: how do I start spying?!?) If you want to eavesdrop on conversations taking place when you are not there, simply 'forget' to bring your Nokia mobile phone and leave it where you want to spy. Once out of the area, call your handset from any other phone. It will activate itself and voila, you can now conveniently listen to any conversation being made in the vicinity of the spy phone. It’s handy in the office if you want to know what’s REALLY going on about this or that deal. And of course, this gadget is a veritable must have for anyone who wants to spy on a (rumored) philandering partner.





and here's more links for you

http://www.silicon.com/networks/telecoms/0,39024659,39117087,00.htm

http://www.guardian.co.uk/mobile/article/0,,1750672,00.html

http://www.mobilemag.com/content/100/340/C4246/

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/02/06/greece_mobile_snooping_scandal/





 
Old 05-20-2006, 23:57   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you for the info.

My question is: How can I alter a phone myself, so it works as a spyphone. I think I needed to flash it. Searching this forum, I still couldn´t find any suitable flash.
 
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You are very welcome m8 --> I don't think any flashing will do you any good but to buy it will cost you lesst if am I right my frined!

U have to search and Im sure you will find something my friend and try this for more info

http://www.cnet.com.au/mobilephones/...0061580,00.htm
 
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My friend u will first have to know in which series ur phone comes viz; S40, S60, S80, etc.(I hope it is a Nokia). After that try checking the following link, there u will find all the possible applications u need.

http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f346/

Hope this will help u.

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soory man feels bad to hear that

pls if this isnt a joke all the best man

here is my share please click this link and view the pages frm 1 to 4 i am sure it will help

http:///vbb/showthread.php?t=282697

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hey u should hav a symbian/ series 60 fon to try these softwares

and if u hav the money try this software it is all u need i think its not cracked
this is their official site link

all the best man

http://www.flexispy.com/
 
Old 05-23-2006, 23:32   #8 (permalink)
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Thanx a lot, friends.
no; unfortunately this is not a joke.


flexi.spy is a bit expensive, and i´m afraid of to much sms-traffic.
i would prefer to get her a new mobile-phone and install a spy-mod.


which phone would be the best to use; or which is the best spy-mod.
does anyone have experience with this?


thanks to all of you
 
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hi all
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m8,u know flexispy IS NOT A SIMPLE PRIVATE PERSONAL APPLICATION at all,cuase its first installed on a symbian base phone then forward all SMSs to the company server and NOT DIRECTLY to u, then they tell u they will forward the SMSs and .... to u,most antivirus /security centers know FLEXISPY as a trojan ,I ask all dear freinds in this forum for SMS SPY application but no reply till now, thr z an other application as called ADVANCED CALL MANAGER or somthing like that it may b useful but im not sure cuse i dnt have a full version ,
all freinds around plz tell us wich applications u know can do: wd2(symbian) applications can forward automatically any sms to an SPECIAL no (eg my phone number to know which sms sended to my GF phone or my other phone number in other country that may i have not bring the cell , its not with me NOW)
and @WUT>many autoanswering machine applications that can b found in this room can do some useful function for u,they can record the calls ... take use them till the other freinds give us a good idea.
my last threac: http:///vbb/showth...hlight=sms+spy
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sore man, its still your problem man, if i were you? letting her go where she want and leave her alone, find another one once you have proof that shes not honest to you.
 
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nokia 6600 is best 4 u coz almost all symbian and series 60 programmes work on it
many programes are made for and tested in nokia 6600

didnt u see the post number #50 in the below link
think that will help too

http:///vbb/showth...=282697&page=4

and Mr.jerieves everyones mind is not like yours
life is not like mobile fones when u see a new model u can change ur old one
not fightin peace
 
Old 08-07-2006, 02:40   #12 (permalink)
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Spying CHIP for 20 Euros...

http://palermo.kijiji.it/c-Compra-e-...QQAdIdZ2177789

what do you think about this one?
 
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This is a bit personal, IMO. just get a Private Investigator and have her tailed, as to document all her actions.
 
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This guy has some great Symbian S60 1st,2nd and 3rd edition Spy software allowing you to receive copies of SMS's, listen to audio near the phone plus listen into the dialled and received calls. I've checked him out and he writes the software himself: www.onlinespyshop.co.uk and I've not found it cheaper any where else.

I hope this helps
 
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Hi my friend i read your post...(
I no3 many ways for spying yours wife telephone
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