Spyware in your cell phone, what next?
I just read CNET reporter Joris Evers' article about new spy software that hides on cell phones. I think it's outrageous, but I guess it shouldn't be too surprising since there's already spyware for your automobile. This spyware for cell phones is called FlexiSpy.
FlexiSpy went on the market March 1 and is advertised as a tool to track kids and errant spouses. This software captures call logs, text messages, mobile Internet connections, and new features are being developed. The captured data is sent to vendor Vervata's servers and can be accessed on a website. » Spyware in you cell phone — what next? | Spyware Confidential | ZDNet.com
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