Pocket Spy Phone Detector
Protect your smartphone from spyware and eavesdropping with this compact, highly effective pocket spy phone detector. Simply carry this portable, credit card sized bug detector device in your pocket next to your mobile phone to activate monitoring and emit subtle white noise protection, and visual alerting if an intrusion is detected.
Mobile Phone Eavesdropping Protection; with White Noise Mode
This credit card sized bug detector effectively notifies you against attempted remote eavesdropping or activation of spyware on your mobile phone. Such spyware has the ability to steal sensitive data from your handset or pass information of user activity to a third party.
Installing spy software (or the substitution of it), the reprogramming of your mobile phone, or accepting a modified handset can leave you open to cyber attacks - allowing other people remote access to the data in your handset. Your sensitive information can then be passed directly to an attacker using your handset's GPRS / 3G / 4G connection without your knowledge.
The Pocket Spy Phone Detector can be placed alongside your mobile phone to actively monitor for WiFi and GSM signals operating on 900 / 1800, CDMA 850, WCDMA 2100 (3G, UMTS) but also Bluetooth signals by utilising the intelligent algorithm micro controller. Upon detection not authorised by the user, the Pocket Spy Phone Detector creates interference to the smartphone microphone by generating subtle white noise. The white noise suppresses the handset's microphone rendering it useless against eavesdroppers.
There is nothing more you need to do other than carry this little device along with your mobile phone for peace of mind. When the LED indicator begins to flash, it is indicating to you that there is some kind of unauthorised activity happening on your handset. If this is followed by the white noise sound this means the smartphone's microphone has been enabled with the intention to eavesdrop on your surroundings.
The device will make you aware of the potential illegal presence of hidden software which may be installed on your handset.
Please Note: Most digital communication devices might have a periodical exchange with the network with small packets of data. This is not a danger, but rather a result of the mobile device's movement or registering with the network. Only activities with a longer duration may be considered dangerous and should attract your attention.