Divorce cases are on the rise, which makes many couples to be wary of their relationship status. So, as a husband, do you feel like spying on your wife? There are apps to do that for you. All you need is to know which one works and which one doesn’t.
We have already done the sorting for you. So, it’s just a matter of reading and knowing what will spy on your wife without her knowledge. Most of the apps we are reviewing are advanced with many features and tricky ways to remain hidden.
Read through to see what you can discover about your wife in your comfort.
Part 1: Minspy Spying Application
It’s always a good idea to keep your spying intentions to yourself. Minspy will help you in that by staying hidden as it spies. To get the results, you need an online account via the main website. That way, you can be spying on her every move without her phone.
So, Minspy achieves two crucial things here. It stays hidden after the setup via stealth mode, and you don’t need her phone to view the activities. That is why millions of users continue to use it in more than 190 countries.
For more reports, check it out on Tech Radar or PC World among other major news outlets. You can use it to spy on both her Android and iOS devices. It takes less than five minutes to set it up since there is no need for rooting or jailbreaking.
That implies there is no phone alteration to alert your wife. If she has an Android, Minspy is compatible with OS 4.0 and above. It requires you to install it once on the phone and activate stealth mode. Once that is done, you can log in to your account to view the proceedings.
For the iOS case, you can spy on her phone online using the iCloud login details. So, after registering an account, there will be iCloud verification instead of a download and installation. Later, you can log in anywhere to see what she is doing.
For the Apple world, Minspy is compatible with iOS 7.0 or later.
In your account, Minspy will have a dashboard that is fully compatible with all browsers. It will show you all the calls she made, text messages, location, social media, and more. There are more than 30 features to explore here.
So, you better check the demo page on the main website as you register. Minspy has an easy way to spy on your wife after acquiring it since you only need an internet connection. So, whether she is at work or on vacation, your account will always have all the information.
It also goes ahead to protect your wife’s information from getting hacked. It does that by syncing the information in your account when you access it. So, there is nothing stored when you leave.
Here are quick steps to use when deploying Minspy on her phone.
How to Use Minspy to Spy on Your Wife
Step 1: Create an account on Minspy’s website and then choose your wife’s phone operating system. Proceed to choose the plan that suits the expedition and wait for the confirmation email.
Step 2: When it arrives, use the instructions sent to setup Minspy on your wife’s phone. Later, login to your account to see what is happening.
Step 3: When you re-access your account, you will see all the information on a user-friendly dashboard.
To spy on the data, click on the element in the menu to see what your wife is doing.
Part 2: Spyier Spying Application
Other recommendable apps include Spyier monitoring solution. It has also been used worldwide by parents, employers, and spouses. You can use it to spy on calls, SMSs, browsing history, photos, and more.
All of these features are available on both the Android and iOS versions of the app. In Android, Spyier needs you to install it once on your wife’s phone and activate stealth mode. If she is using an iPhone, the iCloud ID will spy on every detail via the main website.
You can view the updates anywhere since they are in your online account. The control panel displaying them works with all browsers.
Part 3: Spyine Spying Application
It’s also possible to stay unknown as you spy on your wife with Spyine. It has the stealth mode feature to hide it in Android. For the iOS end, it will use the iCloud to spy on her phone activities.
The prior requires a one-time installation while the latter needs registration and verification on the website. For both phone platforms, the results will be in your online account. They will include contacts, photos, videos, browsing history, location, etc.
Spyine is compatible with Android 4.0 and above and iOS 7.0 or later.
Part 4: Spy on Wife with Spyic
Spyic has been around for years now, helping users spy on others remotely. It’s also never visible while in use. Therefore, you get your wife’s phone information elsewhere as the app stays quiet on her phone.
It works with Android 4.0 or later and iOS 7.0 and above. After setting it up, you get all the calls, locations, social media activities, and installed applications. You can view the data anywhere as long as your device is connected to the internet.
Part 5: Spy on Wife with Neatspy
Neatspy will also help you monitor her calls, messages, SIM Card details, and browsing history, among other things. You can use it on both Android and iOS without any rooting or jailbreaking techniques.
After acquiring it, the dashboard is accessible anywhere via your online account. All you need is an internet connection to make that possible. Neatspy also works with Android 4.0 and above and iOS 7.0 or later.
Part 6: Spy on Wife with ClickFree
More of invisible apps include the ClickFree spying tool. It also has worthy features that will take a look at your wife’s calls, contacts, location, and even keylogger reports. They are all accessible online after you deploy it on her phone.
You don’t need any rooting or jailbreaking to use ClickFree. That implies any targeted Android or iOS phone will remain as it was after the setup is complete. It’s also quick to acquire since it takes less than 5 minutes to start monitoring your wife’s activities remotely.
Part 7: SMS-Peeper
The last way to spy on your wife is using the SMS-Peeper service. It’s a web-based solution that helps you recover your wife’s texts remotely. It does not need any download or installation.
All you need is to enter the country name, your wife’s phone number and the email to receive the results. The only problem is that you will receive 50 incoming and 50 outgoing SMSs. Also, you need to fill in a survey before getting the results.
In all the apps we have discussed, your wife will not discover any of them. So, sit down and look at what exactly you need to spy. Then choose Minspy or any other app and proceed to use it. We guarantee that your spying will be smooth and invisible all through.
You should, however, note this, the evidence you get should only be used between the two of you. If you see anything that demands a conversation, it’s a good idea to handle the situation calmly. Be a gentleman instead of being irrational.
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Websites of eight US cities poisoned by malware skimming the credit card details of residents
What do they have in common? The Click2Gov online utility payment system
Beware if you’re paying your bills for local government services – the payment information you type into that web form may be heading straight to cybercriminals.
Security experts at Trend Micro report that they have identified eight cities in the USA where online payment portals have been compromised to host Magecart-style credit card skimming code.
What makes this type of attack often more serious than a conventional data breach, is that most companies do not store your full credit card details, such as your CVV security code. But those details are entered on online checkout forms by consumers, and can be stolen by a malicious script hidden in the website’s code.
As Trend Micro explains, the common factor between the affected websites they have uncovered is that they all use the third-party Click2Gov platform:
These sites all appear to have been built using Click2Gov, a web-based platform meant for use by local governments. It is used to provide services such as community engagement, issues reporting, and online payment for local goverments. Residents can use the platform to pay for city services, such as utilities.
Unlike other skimmers which grab data on various types of payment forms, the skimmer used here is rather simple and only works on a Click2Gov payment form. No obfuscation or anti-debugging techniques were used. The skimmer hooks the submit event of the payment form; when a victim clicks the button to send the payment information, the skimmer will grab the information from the selected columns inside the payment form and immediately send the collected information to remote server via a HTTP POST request.
Details exfiltrated by the script to a remote server under the hackers’ control included credit card numbers, CVV security codes, card expiry dates, cardholder’s name, address, and postal code.
Simple the skimming code might be, but that doesn’t mean it’s not effective.
Rightly or wrongly, Click2Gov is earning itself a bad reputation. In recent years security researchers have been tracking attacks launched against the Click2Gov payment portal, with reports of breaches involving city websites stretching across the United States and Canada.
Late last year, for instance, the city of College Station admitted its Click2Gov online utility payment system had been hacked for some months, as had the City of Waco’s Click2Gov portal for water bill payments.
The onus is on cities to follow best practices when building and maintaining its online payment systems, ensuring that patches and security updates are applied in a timely fashion and that networks are properly secured.
Meanwhile, other websites with payment forms online would be wise to remember that credit-card skimming attacks are not limited to local governments taking payments from residents.
Magecart-style attacks have been seen hitting a diverse range of victims, including hotel chain booking websites, academic campuses, as well as the likes of Ticketmaster, British Airways, Forbes, Umbro, Vision Direct, and Newegg.
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22,900 MongoDB databases held to ransom by hacker threatening to report firms for GDPR violations
Hackers are once again finding unsecured MongoDB databases carelessly left exposed on the internet, wiping their contents, and leaving a ransom note demanding a cryptocurrency payment for the data’s safe return.
As ZDNet reports, ransom notes have been left on almost 23,000 MongoDB databases that were let unprotected on the public internet without a password.
Unsecured MongoDB databases being attacked by hackers is nothing new, of course. Over recent years security breaches involving exposed MongoDB installations have occurred on multiple occasions, claiming the scalps of Verizon, OCR software firm ABBYY, dating websites, amongst others.
What makes this particular attack more unusual is that the hacker threatens to contact regulatory authorities if the victim does not pay up, to report them for a GDPR violation.
In an example shared by ZDNet, the ransom note demanded 0.015 Bitcoins (at current prices approximately US $140) or data would be leaked and the authorities informed.
Part of the ransom note, which is in broken English, reads as follows:
All of your data is a backed up. You must pay 0.015 BTC to [REDACTED] 48 hours for recover it. After 48 hours expiration we will leaked and exposed all your data. In case of refusal to pay, we will contact the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR and notify them that you store user data in an open form and is not safe. Under the rules of the law, you face a heavy fine or arrest and your base dump will be dropped from our server.
If you’re unlucky enough to find your MongoDB database wiped by the hacker and replaced by a ransom note, there are an important couple of points to consider:
Firstly, will paying the ransom get your data back?
Almost certainly not. The hacker may well have accessed 22,900 databases that were not properly secured online, but that’s a very different proposition from actually having successfully exfiltrated what must be a huge amount of data from so many servers. There’s no reason to believe that even if the data was copied by the hacker before it was wiped that they will feel duty bound to return your data to you safely.
Secondly, will you be reported for a GDPR violation?
Personally I find it hard to imagine that a criminal hacker would make a GDPR complaint against his victims. That’s not to say, of course, that someone else won’t.
And that’s a reason, if further reason was ever needed, that everyone running a MongoDB database needs to ensure that they have set it up securely, and not left it open for any Tom, Dick or Hacker to waltz in and cause havoc.
The tools are there, the information about how to use the tools is available, all that we need is for system administrators to wake up and realise that they need to fix their database security as a matter of priority…. or run the gauntlet of being the next victim of a damaging hack.
Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this guest author article are solely those of the contributor, and do not necessarily reflect those of Tripwire, Inc.
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