In this article we will show you how to check your phone, laptop and Internet accounts to make sure that no one is secretly following you…
Whether you are a curious boss or a paranoid partner, no one should spy on your phone or laptop. But this can still happen if your devices are somehow installed with Stalker software. These programs are specifically designed to be difficult to detect, but you can find them if you know how.
Working with programs installed on corporate devices by your employer is a little different from those installed by people you know personally who are trying to spy on you. The company you work for may have good reasons to monitor your performance, especially if it provides the hardware and software you use every day.
Whether or not such monitoring is justified, at least your supervisors should inform you that they are watching, not keep it a secret.
This guide focuses on software, with an emphasis on secrecy, but remember that there are many legitimate applications for parental monitoring and built-in tracking tools (such as Apple Find My) that can be used by family members. The difference is that it is very easy to understand if these types of applications are currently working, but you still need to know about them and how they can be used.
How to verify your phone
. The good news for iPhone users is that it is almost impossible to install Stalker software on the iPhone: Apple has set strict restrictions on access to applications and application security, which are not always user-friendly, but are very effective for security. iOS simply does not allow apps to penetrate deeply into the system to be able to secretly control what you do on your phone.
There is one exception, and that is if your iPhone is hacked (unlocked so that you can install any application). The person who wants to install surveillance on your smartphone in this way needs to be technically skilled and have physical access to your phone for a long period of time. The easiest way to check is to find the Cydia and SBSettings applications on the home screen.
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