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Mobile Spy constantly updates the software so that it contains the latest features as requested by our loyal customers. Many of our features cannot be found with anywhere else.
Check out a summary of Mobile Spy’s features below.

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Environment Monitoring*

Record Surroundings, Stealth Camera**
Initiate the camera to take a secret picture and a secret audio recording to see and hear the smartphone surroundings.
Mobile Facebook Monitoring

Web & Social Media Monitoring

Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and More
Monitor all internet activity from Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter messaging services used on the mobile phone. View smartphone web history.
SMS Text Message Monitoring

Text Message Monitoring

Message Text, Sender’s and Recipient’s Number
Learn what your child or employee is texting. Records the content of every SMS and MMS message sent or received.
call details

Call Monitoring

Number Dialed, Date, Duration, Number of Caller
Find out who they call, when they call, and how much time they spend on each call. Logs all inbound and outbound phone calls.
GPS Location Tracking

GPS Tracking

View a Map of Recorded Locations
Find out exactly where your child or employee is. View a map of recorded locations. Works where GPS signal is available.
Photos and Videos

Photo and Video Monitoring

View All Photos and Videos Taken By the Phone
Discover what photos are taken on the smartphone or tablet. Record photos and videos taken by the phone.
gmail monitoring

Gmail and YouTube Monitoring

Gmail Message Text, Link to YouTube Video
View Gmail messages sent/received, and get a link to every YouTube video watched on the smartphone or tablet.
messenger service monitoring

Messenger Logs

iMessage, Facebook, WhatsApp, BlackBerry PIN
Instant messenger services are an alternative to carrier text messages. With Mobile Spy, you will be able to monitor these messages as well.
view contacts

Contacts and Notes Monitoring

Name, Phone, Email, Company, Date, Title
Keep track of who they are contacting. Records all contacts and notes that are saved on the mobile phone.
Block Applications

Application Blocking

Remotely Block Any App, Remote Stealth Uninstall
Stop usage of all or some apps, including built in apps and downloaded apps. Remove Mobile Spy remotely.
send sms commands

SMS Commands

GPS Location, SIM Change Alert, Lock / Wipe Device
Send a text message from your phone containing a command for the monitored phone. Lock, get SIM info and remotely delete phone data such as call history/contacts.
LIVE Control Panel

LIVE Control Panel**

View the Screen, Instant Location, Initiate a Call
Mobile Spy premium option gives you instant monitoring, View the screen LIVE, view map of current location, initiate stealth camera to view the phone’s current surroundings.
Mobile Spy is the next generation of smartphone monitoring software. Do you suspect your child or employee is abusing their phone privileges? If yes, then this software is for you. Install the hidden app and view activity logs online from anywhere.This groundbreaking system records SMS messages, GPS locations, Call Information, Photos, Email and more. Bundle includes LIVE Control Panel Add-on with the ability to view the smartphone screen LIVE, initiate a call and more.
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*Android, iPhone and BlackBerry only.
**LIVE Control Panel is available in the Premium option only.
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WikiLeaks releases documents on global surveillance industry


WikiLeaks has stepped up its campaign to expose the global surveillance industry with the release of a new collection of sensitive documents from private intelligence and information technology companies.

The transparency group has published 294 documents from 92 contractor firms providing surveillance and intelligence technology to governments around the world.

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange said “Spy Files 3”, the third tranche of documents released on the subject, was part of his organisation’s “ongoing commitment to shining a light on the secretive mass surveillance industry”.

“The files form a valuable resource for journalists and citizens alike, detailing and explaining how secretive state intelligence agencies are merging with the corporate world in their bid to harvest all human electronic communication,” he said.

The released documents include sensitive sales brochures and presentations used by companies to encourage security, intelligence and police services to acquire surveillance systems and services. Technologies on offer include “lawful interception” systems, mass telecommunications monitoring, network recording, signals and communications intelligence and listening devices.

The WikiLeaks release shows internet spying capabilities now being sold on the intelligence market include detecting encrypted and obfuscated internet usage such as Skype, BitTorrent, VPN, SSH and SSL. The documents also reveal how contractors work with intelligence and police agencies to obtain decryption keys.

The documents detail bulk interception methods for voice, SMS, MMS, email, fax and satellite phone communications. The released documents also show intelligence contractors are selling capabilities to analyse web and mobile interceptions in real-time.

One 2011 document shows how companies such as British-based Gamma Group, German-based Desoma and Swiss-based Dreamlab are working in concert to “create Telecommunications Intelligence Systems for different telecommunications networks to fulfil the customers’ needs” regarding “massive data interception and retention”.

Other documents in the release show evidence of these technologies being used to infect users in Oman with remote-controlled spyware. The FinFly ‘iProxy’ installation by Dreamlab shows how targets are identified and malware is covertly inserted alongside a legitimate download while keeping the intended download functioning as expected. The target identification methods mean that anybody connecting through the same network would be systematically and automatically intercepted and infected as well, even unintended targets.

British-based privacy advocacy organisation Privacy International said the latest WikiLeaks release “further reveals the extent of which Western corporations are equipping repressive regimes and non-democratic governments to target activists, journalists, and human rights defenders”.

“Unequivocally, the newest ‘Spy Files’ documents show that this dark industry only continues to grow, in both technical capability and customer base, all while amassing billions in profits off the suffering of individuals,” Privacy International researcher Kenneth Page said.

“The types of surveillance being marketed by these companies represent some of the most sophisticated technologies available – whether it’s intrusion software, data mining, Trojans, location tracking, deep packet inspection, facial recognition or mass monitoring,” he said.

“And just like an advertisement you would see on television or in a magazine, spy firms are marketing these tools with flashy graphics, sales-speak and guarantees on effectiveness. It’s quite jarring to see such dangerous technologies being presented in such an unthreatening fashion, given that these products represent one of the biggest threats to human rights in the 21st century.”

The global trade of surveillance technology is estimated to be worth up to $US5 billion ($5.5 billion) a year. By comparison, the “traditional” global trade in small arms (excluding the sale of ammunition) was worth $US4 billion a year.

WikiLeaks has also published information on the movement of private intelligence corporate executives and sales personnel, thereby revealing the geographical focus of their activities.

Mr Assange said the WikiLeaks “Counter Intelligence Unit” has been “tracking the trackers”.

“The WikiLeaks Counter Intelligence Unit (WLCIU) operates to defend WikiLeaks’ assets, staff and sources, and, more broadly, to counter threats against investigative journalism and the public’s right to know,” he said. “The WLCIU has collected data on the movements of key players in the surveillance contractor industry, including senior employees of Gamma, Hacking Team and others as they travel through Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Brazil, Spain, Mexico and other countries.”

No further details of the new unit have been revealed. However it is a matter of public record that former US intelligence contractor turned whistle-blower Edward Snowden has been associated with WikiLeaks since his travel from Hong Kong to Russia in June.


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Ecuador's Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino shows a picture of a hidden spy microphone

Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino shows a picture of a hidden spy microphone uncovered at the office of Ana Alban, the Ecuadorean ambassador to the United Kingdom, during a news conference in Quito. Photo: Reuters

Ecuador has accused one of the United Kingdom’s leading private security and surveillance firms of bugging its London embassy where WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is lodged.

WikiLeaks has denounced the electronic espionage operation as an instance of “imperial arrogance.”

“Aside from the gross violation of the integrity of Ecuador’s embassy, no candidate in Australian election should be subject to covert surveillance,” Mr Assange told Fairfax Media today.

Foreign Minister Ricardo Patiño has confirmed a sophisticated listening device was found inside the office of then Ecuadorian ambassador to the United Kingdom, Ana Alban, two days before the Foreign Minister visited the embassy to meet with Mr Assange on June 16.

Mr Patiño added that the Ecuadorian authorities “have reason to believe that the bugging was being carried out by the company, the Surveillance Group Limited, … one of the biggest private investigation and undercover surveillance companies in the United Kingdom.”

The Surveillance Group is one of the UK’s most prominent private security and intelligence firms. The company’s website says that by “combining the practices, skills and experience of Special Forces, police and commercial surveillance, the Surveillance Group has forged an entirely new form of surveillance service.”

“Our methods and technologies mean that there are few scenarios or locations in which we cannot achieve footage,” the company says in relation to its covert surveillance operations. “Our operatives are renowned for their ability to get closer, to take longer, better footage and to do so in a manner that is more beneficial to the eventual outcome.”

During a press conference in Quito, Foreign Minister Patiño said the listening device, discovered on June 14, had been running for at least two months, had GSM activation and was camouflaged inside an electrical installation.

“At first glance, the device was an electrical outlet, but incorporated a camouflaged spy microphone, which did not require any previous installation and was very easy to operate through a phone call to the SIM card that [was] contained inside,” Mr Patiño said.

“This device was designed to capture the conversations in the place where it was placed … Analysing the scenario where found, we deduce that the main purpose intended with the placement of the unit to listen, is to have direct information from the talks held in the place where it has been installed, which is the office of our Ambassador.”


The Foreign Minister said his government would seek the seek the cooperation of the British Government to further investigate the espionage operation.

“After this discovery, the government of Ecuador will request the collaboration of the British government in investigating this issue to discover who is implicated in this espionage operation,” Mr Patiño said.

In an earlier statement the Foreign Minister said he hadn’t announced the discovery at the time because he didn’t want to complicate his visit to London and talks with British Foreign Secretary William Hague about Mr Assange’s circumstances.

“Furthermore, we first wanted to ascertain with precision the origin of this interception device in the office of our ambassador, he said, adding that the discovery of the device was “another instance of a loss of ethics at the international level in relations between governments.”

Ecuador’s London embassy has been continuously under guard and surveillance by British Metropolitan police for more than a year since Mr Assange sought political asylum there in June last year.

The WikiLeaks publisher, who will run as a Senate candidate in Australia’s forthcoming federal election, has been granted political asylum on the grounds that he is at risk of extradition to the United States to face possible conspiracy charges relating to the leak of US military and diplomatic secrets by Private Bradley Manning.


Mr Assange is subject to a Swedish extradition warrant to face allegations by two women of sexual assault in August 2010.

WikiLeaks has been assisting US intelligence whistle-blower Edward Snowden who is believed to remain holed up at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport.

WikiLeaks used its Twitter account to condemn the bugging of Ecuador’s embassy, tweeting that “Sieging/bugging of Ecuador’s London embassy … shows that imperial arrogance is the gift that keeps on giving.”

In December 2011 WikiLeaks released “The Spy Files”, a collection of hundreds of reports documenting the global expansion of the private surveillance industry and the involvement of Western companies in assisting the security forces of repressive regimes in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

The British Foreign Office has declined immediate comment on the allegation concerning the bugging of Ecuador’s embassy and Prime Minister David Cameron’s spokesman has said he will not comment on security issues.

The Surveillance Group has not responded to a request for comment emailed by Fairfax Media.


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