Can people spy on your iphone

 

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Can people spy on your iphone

The FBI’s top priority for this year is to increase its online surveillance capabilities, and even Google has been caught scanning the content of emails and Gmail messages. Many analysts believe that real-time surveillance of citizens’ online activities will soon become the norm. Until now, however, it was a common belief that the iPhone is somehow impervious to this type of surveillance due to its walled garden approach. Unfortunately, recent evidence demonstrates that your iPhone can indeed be used to spy on you. Here are three ways it can be done: 

Scientist Sherman Klump's inventions, his upcoming marriage to his pretty colleague Denise Gaines and his reputation are threatened by his evil clone Buddy Love.

Grossly overweight yet good-hearted professor Sherman Klump takes a special chemical that turns him into the slim but obnoxious Buddy Love.

Eddie Murphy stars as an over-the-top television evangelist who finds a way to turn television home shopping into a religious experience, and takes America by storm.

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In December of 2013, many news outlets were reporting that the FBI has had the technology to spy on people’s webcams without turning on the camera’s indicator lights, and even worse, they’ve had this technology for years. The webcam is a source of intimacy to many people who browse the Internet on a daily basis. Some have made makeshift solutions that involve sticking little pieces of paper on the lens when the camera is not in use. But is there really much to be afraid of? How far can organizations (and hackers) go into your computer without your permission?

The question we must ask ourselves before assessing the level of danger in this situation is: How did the FBI manage to get into people’s webcams?

Here’s the answer: The FBI used Remote Administration Tools (RATs) to access the cameras in some computers belonging to high-profile individuals it was investigating. This is the same way that hackers gain access to certain hardware in your computer and exploit it to their advantage.