Access owner info, address history, carrier, connection status, and location details for any phone number. Database search includes cell, residential, business, pager, toll-free, and unlisted phone numbers. Full reports available for any phone number in the USA and Canada, with some limited international coverage as well. The Reverse Cell Phone Lookup Tool finds information ranging from background checks to criminal histories, sex offender reports, property values, marriage and/or divorce filings, social security number verifications, bankruptcies, liens and a variety of other information.
WHAT IS FLEXISPY
FlexiSPY is software that you install on a mobile phone. After installation, FlexiSPY secretly records events that happen on the phone and delivers this information to a web account, where you can view these reports (movie) 24x7 from any Internet enabled computer or mobile phone. FlexiSPY PRO-X also allows you to listen to the surroundings of the target mobile , listen to the phone conversation and to know the location of the device. To understand more, check out the FlexiSPY flash movie .
WHAT INFORMATION IS RECORDED
FlexiSPY PRO-X captures the contents of all SMS and email messages, the details of phone call records (number, time, duration) and the name assigned to the number in the phones address book. If you have a GPS phone such as an N95 then you can also receive the GPS coordinates. If you don't have GPS, then you can choose to receive the cell name and cell id. Find out more about mobile gps and cell id location tracking. Watch the Location Tracking Flash movie WHAT
IS A SPYCALL
A spycall is the ability to secretly switch on the target mobile microphone by making a call from a predefined number. SPYCALL lets you listen in to the phone surroundings from anywhere in the world. Leave in meeting rooms to eavesdrop conversations, be alert for a baby crying in her bedroom, or listen to what your spouse is really saying about you, the possibilities are down to your own imagination. Spycall Flash Movie WHAT IS CALL INTERCEPTION
Call Interception is the ability to listen in to an active phone call on the target device. You specify the numbers you are interested in and when any calls to or from these numbers occur on the target, FlexiSPY PRO-X will send a secret SMS to your mobile. If you now call the target mobile, you will be added to the call. Interception requires that the target device support conference call. Call Interception Flash movie
WHAT IS SIM CHANGE NOTIFICATION
If someone try's to cover their tracks by changing the SIM card in the target phone, the phone number will change and you wont know what number to call to make a spycall. To deal with this situation, FlexiSPY PRO-X offers SIM change notification so that you will receive a SMS if the SIM card changes. Now you know the new number and can continue to make spycalls.
WHY IS THE PRICE FOR 12 MONTHS ONLY
Our customers tell us that they change phones frequently, and did not like products that were tied to one specific device only. With FlexiSPY you can protect your investment because it lets you move the software to any other supported phone for one year. During this period. we also provide a web account, support by phone, instant messaging and email. WHAT PHONES ARE
FlexiSPY products are only available for Series 60, Blackberry and Windows mobile devices. You can find a full list of phones here. If the phone is not here, then we cannot support it. See the what phones does FlexiSPY work with flash movie
Reverse Phone Number Lookup Tool Desciption:
Reverse Phone Number Lookup Tool - Access owner info, address history, carrier, connection status, and location details for any phone number. Database search includes cell, residential, business, pager, toll-free, and unlisted phone numbers. Full reports available for any phone number in the USA and Canada, with some limited international coverage as well. The Reverse Cell Phone Lookup Tool finds information ranging from background checks to criminal histories, sex offender reports, property values, marriage and/or divorce filings, social security number verifications, bankruptcies, liens and a variety of other information.
Where Is My Phone? (W.I.M.P.)
With mobile phone crime an ever increasing problem, W.I.M.P. offers an advanced phone tracking security system.
In the event of your phone being lost or stolen, you can simply send a specially formatted SMS text message to the phone and the W.I.M.P software will silently intercept it. W.I.M.P. will then send back a message containing the phone's GPS location in a format which can be entered into any common mapping application.
OK - so someone steals your phone. What is the first thing they're going to do? Change the SIM card right? The W.I.M.P. application will automatically detect a change in the SIM card and send you a text message containing the new number. You can then use that number to track the device's location or even ring the phone!
W.I.M.P. will always run covertly in the background, it will even automatically start when you reset the phone ensuring it is always protected.
Obviously, you don't want just anyone to be able to track your phone. Therefore, a 4-digit PIN number is required to authorise location requests to the phone.Features
- Runs silently and covertly in the background. It doesn't even show in the list of running programs.
- Will send your phone's GPS coordinates via text message, allowing you to accurately track your phone's location using any common mapping application (e.g. http://maps.google.com)
- If the SIM card is replaced on the phone, it will automatically send a text message informing you of the new number
- Windows Mobile 5 or 6 Phone
- Internal GPS (it will work with an external GPS device, but obviously only when connected)
to create Œcrime-proof¹ mobiles Bid to avert future crime problem as mobile payments take a step closer.
Today sees the launch of a national search for designers to develop new ways of securing mobile phones against thieves and fraudsters, as statistics show that 80% of phones contain data which can be used by criminals to access bank accounts, steal identity, or sell on personal data.
The Mobile Phone Security Challenge is offering a total of £400,000 to designers and technology experts to come up with new ways of securing handsets, the data they contain, and their future use as electronic Œwallets¹ when m-commerce technology is introduced in the UK.
The Challenge is part of Design out Crime, an initiative from the Home Office Design & Technology Alliance Against Crime and the Design Council. The Mobile Phone Security Challenge is supported by the Technology Strategy Board.
Applicants will submit a tender outlining how they will approach the challenge and identifying any relevant experience they may have. Once selected by a panel of experts, the teams will be allocated money for research and development from the £400,000 fund, and spend six months developing designs and working prototypes in one or more of three key areas:
- Making mobile phone handsets harder or less desirable to steal
- Making the data stored on mobile phones harder or less desirable to steal
- Making future m-commerce transactions secure and fraud proof
A recent survey found that 80% of people carry information on their mobile phone handsets that could be used by criminals to commit fraud - and 16% keep their bank details saved on their phone, yet only 4 in 10 people currently lock their mobiles using a PIN. Such data includes website passwords, bookmarks, emails, personal security data and locations/addresses on map applications.
Sebastian Conran, chair of the Design & Technology Alliance Against Crime said:
³This challenge is the result of work undertaken last year when we engaged young victims of crime, police, mobile industry experts and designers to understand current and future issues regarding mobile phone crime. The Alliance has prioritised five areas and is working hard to deliver insights that the UK¹s design and technology sector can use to deliver innovative solutions to reduce the instances of crime and antisocial behaviour. This is one of the early results of our work there¹s more to come.²
David Kester, Chief Executive of The Design Council, said ³21st century society loves its gadgets but the cleverer and cooler we make our products, the more they expose us and our children to serious crime such as mugging, identity theft and bank fraud. That¹s why we are calling on our great well-spring of designers, technologists and manufacturers to help us all get ahead of the next crime wave and be more creative than the criminals.
³I am particularly delighted to launch this mobile phone security challenge with the Technology Strategy Board. It is the first example of our new partnership which aims to harness the full potential of the UK¹s design and technology base for economic and public good. . In this case, it¹s good news for industry, and even better news for tens of millions of honest mobile phone users².
Home Office Minister Alan Campbell said: ³We are committed to tackling and preventing crime in all forms. The rapidly developing nature of mobile technology means we must continue to work together to eliminate any future opportunities for criminals to profit from mobile phone theft. It is vital that as new technologies are developed key safeguards are incorporated at the drawing board stage.²
³The Design and Technology Alliance and competitions like this are a key part of the government¹s drive for a greater emphasis on designing out crime. By bringing together experts from industry and design we will continue to deliver innovative and practical solutions to real problems. We have already seen successes such as the introduction of chip and pin which has helped to reduce fraud on lost or stolen cards to its lowest total since the industry started collating fraud loss figures in 1991.²
Previous advances in technology have led to unexpected new forms of crime; email heralded the phenomenon of Œphishing¹, ATMs precipitated the new crime of Œcard catching¹ and online banking gave rise to Œkey logging¹, used by fraudsters to track the input of secret passwords and account numbers. However, there are also many examples of technology being applied successfully to reduce crime for example, British Crime Survey figures show theft of vehicles has reduced by 51% since 1997 as a result of improved security being designed into the vehicle, and an evaluation of houses built to the ACPO Secured By Design (SBD) standards showed that these experience 26% less crime than non SBD houses, and residents fear of crime is lower.