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Can anyone spy on my cell phone? Cell phone spyware it exists

Updated on February 21, 2011

Is your boyfriend, lover, parent or employer spying on your cell phone?

If you have questions or concerns about someone spying on your every move via your phone you should be. In this day of technology there are applications known as phone spyware and their job is to send every bit of information about your activities to some third party. This is all done unknown to you. Therefore chances are your confidential and personal information may be leaked out because you are not aware of what is going on. If you notice someone has knowledge of activities they should not be aware of chances are they maybe spying on your cell phone.

How does cell phone spy software work?

Well there are many different mobile phone spying apps on the market but generally they work the same way. The person who is doing the surveillance must get hold of the phone in question for about five minutes. This is all that it would take to download the software onto your mobile and set it up. Once it is installed the person who is monitoring you will go to the spy app website and all of your information will be available to them. Mobile spyware can have simple features such as the ability to read text messages or view all calls made. Others contain advanced features which allows the user to listen to every phone conversation or literally track your every movement via gps. It is pretty scary what a snoop or stalker can find out about you so you need to be aware of how to protect yourself.

Tips to protect yourself against cell phone spy software

The best method is to put a password on your phone in that way you know when someone is accessing it at all times. If possible do not allow person's to use it and if they do have to be within your sight. Remember it takes a moment to install this program onto your phone so every minute do count. If you do think that it already have been installed then you should go to your local tech person. Ask them to wipe the phone clean in which all programs and data will be removed and the initial apps reinstalled. This is the only way to ensure you have a spy free phone. Make sure to save all data, emails and contacts before doing so.

What companies are responsible for spyware on cell phones?

There are several such as Spybubble, Mobistealth, Spyera and more. If you notice your spouse or employer is frequenting these websites then chances are they are monitoring you. As mentioned earlier if you suspect this is what is going on you need to get that phone check and at lease wiped clean. This is for your own privacy, there is nothing you can hide from cell phone spy software.

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