For the people who want to know EVERYTHING about EVERYONE
3 Months of collarorative work between Madnish30 and myself, we've deceid to make our work public. Early tests made us realise this should be tested more thoroughly with our XDA members, so here we are.
What is it?
Well, let's say you've always wanted to know what kinky pics that hot chick in your biology class has got on her i-Phone. Now you can! With I-Spy, your Android device picks up the radiowaves from other devices nearby (approx. 15 feet) to access the users' device storage, or simply listen into their phonecall!
How does it work?
It's actually very hard to explain, but it comes down to this: I-Spy picks up the radiosignal and decrypts the GSM access codes to get access to the datastream. Then it cloakes itself to blend into the datastream and simply monitor all communication between the devices.
So can I see/hear the complete communication between two people?
No. It's limited to the device in the near vincinity. However, we're working on getting a reversed datastream decryption, so we can get the other device too.
Where can I get it?
It's being developed for Android and Windows Mobile/Phone 7. IOS will be added later. Expect a public beta in the next few days.
Download (Android ONLY)
Download the attached APK.
Do read instructions in post 2 before you run it.
We have only tested it on Gingerbread, so it should work great on that ( and other versions of android too ).
Device list in chronological order: Nokia 7650, Nokia 6260, Nokia N80, HTC Artemis, HTC Polaris, HTC Blackstone, HTC Iolite, HTC Passion, Samsung GT9100, Asus Grouper, LG Mako, LG Hammerhead. Which one will be next?
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DISCLAIMER : breaking into other people's accounts can have legal consiquences, this is purely for education purposes. We are not responsible for legal consequences ( if any ).
How To Install :
1) Downlaod the attached file. ( according to your OS )
2) Just copy and paste it into your device.
3) Reboot device.
4) Click on the i-spy application in the application menu.
How to make it work:
1) Go near the victim ( victim must have his cellphone with it's radio on).
2) Turn the application on.
3) Enter the victim's cellphone number.
4) Wait till the application decrypts the signals.
5) Look at the data you want, classified under the given menus.
Me and Neo have worked really hard for this application, please consider donating ( donation link in the application itself ).
Thanks, man !
Yes, good question. Actually a small tweak in the broadcast of radio signals from devices can sort this issue out, ( Only if network operators knew about this ). They just need to block certain type of decryption.
And yeah, please use it well. Please, don't use it to spy on other people, only for fun purposes !
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