Everyone privy to IT sphere knows that iOS7 is not jailbroken yet. It’s a jail-bird still, as it were.
What’s The Urgent Need?
A great number of businesses and ordinary users depend upon the breakthrough solution for iPhone jailbreak immensely. They are anticipating it with bated breath. There are obvious advantages of jailbreak. Users can have the total freedom to control their own devices. An open source jailbreak for iOS 7 gives users the capability to install what they want and to audit the code they’re using to do so.
Every time Apple releases a new updated OS, the hackers get to work diligently; pretty soon, a new jailbreak is released. As ill luck would have it, several months have passed after the most recent iOS7 release, not followed by any successful hacking attempts. Let’s take a trip down memory lane.
History of Attempts
The iPhone Dev Team (not affiliated with Apple) has released a series of free desktop-based jailbreaking tools for almost every iOS version starting from 2008. It joined its efforts with Chronic Dev Team and pod2g in 2012, quite fruitfully at that (versatile tools for iPad/iPod/iPhone jailbreak). This year, the group of hackers called the evad3rs has already released several tools.
Among outstanding personalities in jailbreaking, there is George Hotz, who undertook his exploits in 2009-2010. Nicholas Allegra (better known as “comex”) released his programs in 2010-2011.
Some Internet sources claim that iJailbreak Pro has already released a paid jailbreak for iOS7 ranging in price from $30-50. Alas, it’s not open source. Thus, we’re still waiting.
Solution Is Under Way Already
As a sort of prod, there is the Device Freedom Prize created: a crowd-funded reward for the first developer(s) who release an open source iOS 7 jailbreak. As per now, there is the sum of $8692 collected; it’s growing visibly with literally every second. Everyone concerned is welcome to add to the fund.
There are respectable judges to evaluate the contribution of an aspirant: Chris Maury, Prize proposer and accessibility advocate; Cory Doctorow, Co-editor of Boing Boing, Author, and DMCA Activist; Kyle Wiens, Co-founder and CEO, iFixit; and Biella Coleman, Professor and Author of Coding Freedom.
The competition site features a very long list of the undisguised contributors (331 at the moment of the article creation) with the exact sums of their contributions, as well as the anonymous donators. Variants of contribution sums (fixed or custom amount) and payment methods are reasoned out as well.
There are several rigid criteria for claiming the prize, and a transparent procedure of its awarding. The prize panel will review all submissions to ensure that they meet the prize criteria. The prize will go to the first person/group that creates and submits a successful solution for iOS 7 jailbreak. 90% of the prize fund will be paid out to the winning submission. If no one claims the prize within 18 months, all donors will be contacted and provided with the instructions as to how to receive a refund.
As it was mentioned above, many companies are looking forward to jailbreak. One of them is mSpy, a mobile software vendor of an iPhone spy app, which contributed to the Device Freedom Prize project as well. It’s interested in the quickest actualization of this undertaking, as mobile software of various types alternative to Apple App Store’s scanty choice doesn’t work on iPhones without jailbreak. Period.
History of Spying Equipment
Briefcase recorders of the 1950s were substituted by transmitters hidden in shoes in the 1960s. By the early 1970s, communication signals were intercepted by bugs hidden in tree stumps. Devices further maintained the tendency of becoming more compact. In the 1980s, tiny transmitters with microphones were hidden in pens; the famous example is James Bond’s pen gun.
All these “mammoths” can be found at the museum now. The International Spy Museum is situated in Washington, DC; Peter Earnest is a former Central Intelligence Agency officer and the executive director of the museum.
Spying Equipment and Technologies Used for Espionage Nowadays
Technology develops at a lightning speed. Many of the espionage technologies are just updated versions of previous inventions: smaller, lighter and much more powerful. Here are only some of the spying munitions:
If you favor receptions and cocktail parties as much as James Bond does, you’ll definitely like this sort of garment. Garrison Bespoke, the renowned tailors company from Toronto, worked alongside suppliers for the US 19th Special Forces in developing the custom bulletproof suit with the use of nanotechnology. It’s comprised of the same carbon nanotubes designed for the US troops’ uniforms in Iraq. The patented suit material is a lot thinner and flexible; 50% lighter than Kevlar, the material commonly used in bullet-proof gear. The entire suit acts like a shield, with nanotubes in the fabric hardening to block force from penetrating through, and still looks like a luxury tuxedo.
History and politics are abundant with the cases described below.
Russian customs agents discovered tea kettles and irons bugged with tiny spyware chips that exploit WiFi connections. The microchips spread spam and malware to WiFi-enabled devices within 200 meters. Taking into consideration the laughable target (homebody tea adepts), this operation could very well be a test for larger actions to plant such microchips. Weave your own intricate conspiracy theory and become a spy-whistleblower (on a whistling tea kettle).
One more case took place in Russia; the country seems to have full-load spies’ capacity. The hosts of the Group of 20 Summit held near St. Petersburg in September 2013 sent world leaders home with gifts designed to keep on giving: memory sticks and recharging cables programmed to spy on their communications. The bugging devices were included in gift bags given to all delegates who attended the summit. There are official Russian denials, of course.
But let’s abandon politics for a moment and address more pleasant things, i.e. movies and their famous spies’ figures.
Cinematic Spies Equipment
A breath-taking cutting-edge technology for spying flashes in a movie and then creeps into everyday reality. The James Bond movie “The Spy Who Loved Me” thrilled us with a car that transformed into a submarine. Recently, it has been sold at a London auction for 550,000 pounds ($865,000). Strangely enough, the sale price was below the auction house’s initial estimate price of 650,000 to 950,000 pounds. Maybe, the reason is that the vehicle (a distinctively-shaped white Lotus Esprit) cannot be exploited on the road, although it is claimed to be a fully operational submarine. Who will steer it, in what waters and for what purpose?
So what’s next in spying? Who knows. THEY might.
Good day to everyone who deals with mSpy! This product is a life-saver, at least in my case it is!
My story is very personal, but I wanted to share it with the general public so that anyone who is in my situation can access the information they need. It may seem boring to some, but to any parent who has been in the situation I found myself in this information could very well be the difference between life and death. I guess I should start by explaining who I am and what my problem is! My name is Dean J. If you find what I have to say useful and if it can help other people who got into the similar situation, I permit you to use my name in retelling this story. I teach Classical Literature at a two-year community college in Cleveland. I’m a typical father who is worried about the well-being of his only son. I love Jerry very much, but it can often seem like he doesn’t care about my efforts in return. I have always tried to do my best as a father, but it seems that somewhere along the road I failed. I have always tried to understand Jerry and his problems, but I guess I missed the most crucial point. I can’t say that I’m a bad father as such, but rather that at times I have not been very attentive or sensitive to his feelings and needs. If you are a parent yourself, then you will understand how painful it is to see your child doing something wrong despite the advice you have tried to give them, especially when you can see them sinking deeper and deeper.
My son’s troubles will be familiar to many. I first began suspecting that my son was taking some kind of drugs some time ago. He changed a great deal; he was not the son that I once knew so well. It all started with him becoming more distant, then his grades suddenly worsened, he got into trouble at school and started lying to us. First it was only minor things, then far greater ones. At the lowest point he was even stealing money although I only discovered this much later. I know now that he was searching for an escape from his feelings and all of the hardships and woes he perceived. I don’t know if he couldn’t find any other way or if he just chose to pretend not to see it.
However, I am getting ahead of myself as I haven’t explained how I discovered the root of Jerry’s problems. One of my colleagues from the college who teaches computer sciences gave me a hint regarding how I could discover the cause of Jerry’s behavior. He’s younger than me, belonging to the internet-savvy generation that seems to surf the web day and night. I personally am far from being such a nerd in IT – at times I am pretty clueless. He told me that he had heard about specialized mobile software developed to collect data from mobile devices and expose the truth in tricky situations, especially in private life: kids, spouses etc. Surely, this was exactly the situation I was in!
I felt relieved at the prospect of a solution, but took extra care to double-check the credentials by visiting review sites. Following my research, mSpy seemed like a decent, respectable company to me. I went ahead and bought the basic subscription since I thought that would be enough to begin with and I was right. My fears were confirmed just mere days after the installation of this application onto Jerry’s iPhone. Jerry had visited his best friend’s party on the weekend and, as it turned out, he had used some illegal substance there. His SMS and calls made that very clear.
When he returned home at dawn I was waiting for him. We had a VERY DIFFICULT conversation, actually, it was more of a fight to begin with and it was the most difficult morning of my life. We ended up grappling with pretty much everything – our views on life, our past relationship, our future expectations, and we differed on everything. I seemed at times like we were groping in the dark for a way out like blind mice in the maze, but in the end, thank God, we managed to discover what seemed like the only thing we still had in common – we both loved each other. That was the starting point we used to reestablish mutual trust. Slowly (VERY SLOWLY INDEED!) but gradually, we started mending our broken family ties. There’s still a long way ahead of us, but I do believe that everything will be OK and I have mSpy to thank.
an extremely grateful father of a wayward 14-year-old son
Do you like cinematograph? What about your favorite movie genre? Is it about spies? If yes, read this article; if no, read it all the same. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with them. Everybody does.
With the decades of James Bond and Jason Bourne movies, TV serials on the detectives Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple and Sherlock Holmes, as well as countless video games and books, spying has embedded itself deep into our popular culture. Let’s drop into their Hall of Glory.
They are so numerous one could hardly count them all. Their categories embrace both existing in real life with the actual prototypes (Mata Hari; Virginia Hall; Josephine Baker) and purely imaginative ones, having literature origin (Hercules Poirot; Miss Marple; Sherlock Holmes; Arsene Lupin; Commissar Maigret; Fantomas) or purely cinematic roots (Ethan Hunt from Mission Impossible series; Mr. & Mrs. Smith; Columbo), men and women (Nikita; Hanna; Evelyn Salt), kids and adults, serious and mock ones (Austin Powers; Johnny English), entire secret agencies and maverick agents, not to speak of other agents belonging to different nations. What category is more efficient? Or, rather, more effective, if to speak about screen images?
Besides an exceptional occupation, exciting details of their private life thrill and attract ordinary people as well. What women/men do they prefer to date? What do they like to eat/drink? How do they spend their free time, if having any? Their favorite brand of…etc etc etc? We like to feel closer to celebrities of all kinds, to be privy to their life, to try their boots on, as it were. Even Bond’s spike boots. You can become an actual spy; it’s easy now, with the wide choice of once top-secret tech “toys” and gadgets available in the shops for ordinary Jacks and Joes.
Spying Procedures: Before and Now
There is the plethora of modern technology-inspired spying means, as well as classical, though a bit outdated, non-technological methods. Which one is more effective in the battle against crime and counterespionage – time-honored experience-validated simple tools or sophisticated gadgets?
Traditional measures, available for humble detectives and low-rank spies, include lying in ambush in any weather, watching a suspect being under cover, following by auto on foot, using a simple camera and a microphone, and employing ordinary weapons like guns or knives.
Advanced means presuppose computers, weirdly modified autos and other minor high-end gadgets developed specifically for the spy stars, like James Bond. Their weapon is a class unto itself. Every tech savvy kid spent countless sleepless nights dreaming about the copycat of James Bond’s pen gun or a shooting cigarette.
Nowadays, these hardware means are fortified by software ones – advanced programs and applications that can do wonder. They are the sophisticated stuff performing miracles better than Harry Potter. There is an umbrella term coined for them – spyware – the term that evokes both primeval fears and hopes of deliverance simultaneously.
It Could Have Been Used by the Real Spies…
There is one app in the market of spyware which creates the impression of belonging to the equipment of an actual spy from classical Hollywood movies. It’s called mSpy. It is enabled to do all the operations a real-life spy can, and even more. Besides, it requires no rest, food or salary.
Follow our blog as the next post will divulge you the detailed information on movie spies’ equipment.
There are several ways to fulfill the abovementioned purpose. Let’s take a close look at two of them.
Secured Future = Protection for Kids
The methods to secure your children’s future can be numerous. First and foremost, it’s due protection from online/offline threats.
People all over the world always worry about their children, even the adult ones. From the very conception of a child, parents execute their watchful control over the correctness of a kid’s development, both physical and spiritual. If the former aspect ceases to play first fiddle as soon as the kid reaches the teen age, the latter one attracts the ever-growing parental attention in parallel to the kid’s moral growth. It can be a controversial one; thus, it must be guided even with the greater care than the development of a kid’s physique.
Modern technology can very much help track all the events fraught with dangerous consequences. There are special applications for the mobile phone monitoring of any risk-filled online/offline activities of the teenagers, for instance, mSpy.
Secured Future = Good Education for Kids
There are more mundane parental duties, for instance, providing proper education. Besides protection, good education means secured and stable future for your kids as well. Modern educational process can be greatly aided by digital devices.
But there is one alarming aspect of their usage by kids. It’s cheating at schools, either outright or in a well-veiled manner. This question can be touched upon in one of the following posts. But right now, we’d like to discuss a more “noble” use of a gadget as a prop in language learning.
Recently, a disturbing tendency’s appeared in academia. In Great Britain, a quarter of pupils polled by the National Literacy Trust insisted there was “no point” attempting to master the basic rules of the English language. Schoolchildren shun traditional spelling and grammar and use “txt speak” in lessons. Children regularly resort to using mobile phone text message abbreviations such as “lol”, “gr8”, “l8r” and “b4” in their school written work. Many children believe that learning how to spell is a waste of time because of the emergence of digital spellcheckers.
There are always the opposite points of view for any controversial issue. Some experts claim that exposure to technology, particularly mobile phones and social networking websites, is fuelling a decline in pupils’ written skills. But another report from the Department for Education finds that mobile phone use required a “certain degree of phonological awareness” that could drive up standards of written work. Opinions differ.
Dr. Waldemar Martyniuk, the executive director of the Council of Europe’s Centre for Modern Languages, suggested that schools should be encouraged to give children “the right to be creative with language”, especially with the help of gadgets. This creativity can be extended onto other academic subjects later.
The same is becoming true for many other countries besides Britain. In the current context of the quickly developing science-technology tandem, it’s better to think properly about good education for future generations. It’s the best guarantee of their trouble-free future. Let’s hope that someday, our world will become an ideal place to live in. It can be done with the help of peaceful technologies to the benefit of humanity in general.
Glimpse of Hope
Numerous governments all over the world are still as mad as hornets concerning the National Security Agency’s activities and the leakages on its vast data collection practices into the public channels. In this high-tension atmosphere, officials may take a second look at BlackBerry devices and services as their only truly secure option that American spies can’t hack into. This sentiment is strongly backed by the fact that BlackBerry displays the Gold Standard when it concerns security. At least, it’s considered more secure than other operating systems. But for how long in the current context?
The NSA revelations had a deplorable result for Apple, one of BB’s main rivals. As supposed by official sources, Apple’s iPhone will no longer be chosen as a device that will handle official correspondence in the German government. Or, possibly, any other government, if it comes to that. Here is the tiny but hopeful crack BB could squeeze into.
Besides, there is one more prospect. Business users seem to be abandoned by Apple in favor of mass market consumers and a fashion race. Lost on the way, as it were. BB could enter here with its full regalia and grandeur, even though these “berries” are mainly “frosted”, preserved and prefunded on the basis of the glorious past achievements.
Thus, BlackBerry could certainly benefit from various governments being tired of the sustained NSA-style spying saga. It could also profitably address those companies that put a premium on security and disregard possible employees’ complaints about the limited functionality or the technological lagging of BB products. All in all, it looks as if the brand isn’t damaged beyond repair.
Measures to Overcome Crisis
The process of throwing up arms, wringing hands in despair and running to and fro among the possible buyers seems to be over for BB. Definitely, no company selling into the wrong hands, thank goodness! Any other alternatives?
In wake of the latest recession, the company started to replace its CEOs in great numbers. Besides this purely administrative strategy, BlackBerry is withdrawing from the consumer market tactically, trying to re-focus on enterprise and “prosumer” customers. Recent reports say the company could survive. The only possibility to become re-incarnated in a vital manner is to abandon its iconic status of a smartphone maker, and surface with a brand-new karma as an enterprise and mobile software provider.
Apples vs. Blackberries – What Taste Do You Prefer?
Today, BlackBerry still represents a great, utilitarian email machine powerfully supported by its software. Its email service is, probably, better than an iPhone’s one. So, businesses’ interests abandoned by Apple are waiting for a profitable offer from a considerate rival. The same refers to governmental interests that hinge upon national security. Thus, the faster BB runs in this direction, the better. For everyone.
How It All Began…
Here is the usual roller coaster of any diplomatic relations – stable relations slowly become sore, amass tension, and give temporary slacking and final ease after the promise not to resume this mode of actions in the future. And reset again…
The general public has come to know, through the secret documents release, that Australian spies tapped the phone of the Indonesian president and other top officials of his inner circle, including his wife, in 2009. The resulting outrage could be easily predicted. Nationalist groups held noisy demonstrations outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, burning the Australian flag and images of the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbot.
No-way-out? May be, but… Likening Australia and Indonesia to a married couple, some officials stated that they are not speaking about divorce, and that the relationship can be restored.
Negative Reverberations: Politics and Economics
First, as usual, politics. This spying conflict has affected the long and painfully established cooperation over asylum seekers, trade, military cooperation and other issues vitally important to both countries.
Though Indonesia has accepted Tony Abbott’s explanation of the 2009 spying scandal, the country will not fully resume bilateral cooperation on things like people smuggling until a new protocol and a code of ethical conduct are signed and fully implemented between the two states. Some experts claim it is more likely to be months than weeks before cooperation is restored.
One interesting analogy comes in here. Abbott promised to take no future action that would damage relations with Indonesia, an approach similar to that taken by U.S. President Barack Obama after allegations the United States had spied on German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Any ideas why it happens so?
This spying controversy is the most serious threat to bilateral ties since Canberra supported the secession of East Timor from Indonesia in the late 1990s. Six days of public silence since the Indonesian Prime Minister suspended bilateral co-operation and intelligence-sharing were finally followed by the official meeting with his participation. Some politicians claim that it is the worst diplomatic crisis between Australia and Indonesia since 1999, because the answer to the letter with the explanations from official Canberra to official Jakarta took so long, and it’s a bad sign.
And now, economics. There are serious concerns that great losses may be inflicted upon trade, especially in beef industry, because of the spying scandal. The trade between the two Asian-Pacific partners is worth around $11 billion each year. Indonesia is a major importer of Australian wheat, live cattle and beef, while Australia is Indonesia’s 10th largest export market.
Some Indonesian firms suspended talks with the Australian cattle stations last week because of the spying revelations. It was done, by their own words, until the Australian government apologizes to Indonesia.
New Trend of the Day – Spying On the Move
As far as we can see, the present-day spying on mobile phones isn’t so complicated at all. It doesn’t require any sophisticated equipment which was considered to be the exclusive sphere of intelligence agencies earlier. The line of sensational revelations by Snowden, much hype around the NSA and Obama-Merkel “communication”, as well as the recent Australia-Indonesia fuss represent the most obvious reverberating examples. Now it turns into a trend, slowly but gradually. If you want to follow the fashion, try using mSpy, the product that might have been used by those secret services in question.
Every matter concerning privacy and security is a double-edged sword predestined either to protect or to punish. It concerns both states and individuals. What about our children’s freedom, as well our trust and faith in them? Where are those fuzzy borderlines (very evasive to establish at that!) that separate the protection against an obvious danger from the abuse of rights and the infringement of privacy?
This question being a difficult one, we advise you to break it into several parts.
Pros and cons of parental control at different ages
First of all, parental control styles are different as well as life styles in general. There isn’t a single family which is totally similar to another one, in its customs and traditions.
Secondly, if we have a look at what happens in a physical world, we’ll see that kids of different ages require different styles of monitoring. A toddler, a pre-schooler and a teenager will draw upon different types of parental attention resources while spending their free time absorbed by physical games or communication with friends. 24/7/365 close proximity control is adequate for the youngest ones. A bit more slack approach is good for the older ones (though with keeping a watchful eye upon their movements). The maximum portion of freedom can be allotted for those ready to leave a family weatherhood in a year or two.
The same can be applied to the digital games and online communication. Nowadays, rapid technological development spreads even onto the youngest categories of kids who develop digital skills quicker, mainly at the ages of 4-8. The exact age of internet skills proliferation depends on every particular child. Direct supervision is imperative for those who are not able yet to distill safe online harbors from dire straits. Not that there is especial danger in the games for the smallest, but yet…
There is special software that allows you to lock down an account so the child can only access the sites you permit, mainly from a home-based PC. It’s relatively easy to undertake parental control at this time.
A kid of 9-12 years old is more fastidious in his/her online behavior, and can come across inappropriate content unintentionally while browsing even the familiar sites. Unfortunately, there are more serious cases when they browse sites with prohibited content intentionally, especially not from home. If they are pulling away, unwilling to communicate, if they seem to be connected day and night in a secretive mode it’s time to take drastic measures.
There are reporting tools that allow you to view all sites they have visited (even if their browse history is cleared), as well as their online communication with friends whom they start trusting more than parents at this age. That’s why there is the necessity to ask preliminary questions rather than to prohibit anything outright, as long as children grow older, in order not to lose touch with them.
The last but not the least, there are teenagers as the most unsecure category. They still require parental attention and control, but it should be invisible and more distant in nature in order not to hurt their oversensitive ego. In other words, your digital reins should be slackened as much as possible. The ideal way to virtually remain with them while being actually far away is a mobile phone monitoring application; one of such useful tools is mSpy.
Disaster prevention is simple
Cell phone tracking is one of the best control methods in this era of the growing mobility and the estrangement of kids from parents. In the pre-IT era, parents could simply restrict physical movements and contacts, but it’s not easy to do now. Even the revolutions engulfing whole countries can be concocted and carried out successfully by means of online social media, without traditional flags and meetings in flesh. All you need is a cell phone.
Extreme measures of being grounded, the absence of socializing with friends because of broken trust, hindering computer access and not allowing any entertaining activities beyond the strict parental supervision can do no good at all. First and foremost, you are to monitor in advance and actively prohibit online actions devastating for a fragile kids’ psyche. With the help of a mobile monitoring application ONLY.
A detective’s job is a risky one. Bullets and work round the clock can wear anyone out. Luckily, technological advancements offer the substitute – a digital policeman, as it were. It can simplify the life of real policemen in a wearisome spying after suspects.
Some Recent History
In 2010, Apple Inc. was applying for a patent on technology that could allow it to identify and punish the culprits who tinkered with its i-devices, mainly stolen ones. Statistics on stolen devices is a staggering one, and this technology would help the law-enforcement agencies a lot.
The abovementioned technology would allow Apple to record the voice of a stolen device’s user, take a photo of his current location, as well as to undertake other actions in order to determine a culprit. Once an unauthorized user is identified, Apple could wipe the device and remotely store the user’s sensitive data. Apple’s patent application suggests it may use the technology not just to limit unauthorized uses of its phones but also shut down the stolen ones.
Apple does not explicate what it will do with the collected information, how long it will maintain it, or whether it will share it with other third parties. You may be sure law enforcement will come one day for it. Thus, criminals are to watch out as their own phones can be brought in court as witnesses!
Besides a juridical sphere, there is one more application of this technology – in medicine. Besides monitoring internet activity, memory usage and location of a phone per se, such a patent enables Apple to collect and store sensitive biometric information about you: your face picture, your voice sound, and even your heartbeat recording. Medically speaking, all these unique aspects can give some well-equipped entities the chance to create your digital clone for medical examination purposes or save your life in case of emergency. Quickly transmitted data can mean urgent treatment and recovery.
A Piece of Current News
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
It was in the far, far away year of 2010. A year later (in IT, it equals a traditional decade), we found out that the police had already employed geolocation data, collected by leading IT players, to aid criminal investigations. This collection takes place without any visual indication for users. This feature is buried deep within the software that operates smartphones and tablets.
According to Apple’s representatives, cell tower and Wi-Fi access point information is intermittently collected and transmitted to Apple every 12 hours. Virtually all Android devices send some of their coordinates back to Google too. Besides its own location, an Android phone also transmits the name, location and signal strength of nearby Wi-Fi networks, as well as a unique identifier for the phone. It’s not a problem now to track down the unsuspecting criminal bosses with their own tiny innocent-looking gadgets amidst the actual wrongdoing!
Here are some more interesting true-life facts. Perusing files on gadgets after an arrest can help restore justice, as it once happened in a prosecution in Nebraska involving a crack cocaine dealer. The U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Colombia, even pays for training for local counter-narcotics agents to learn about iPhone and BlackBerry forensics. A book titled iOS Forensic Analysis published in December 2010 elaborates on how the tracked information is stored and can be fruitfully employed by law-enforcement agencies in order to cleanse our society of wickedness.
Hurray! Here is Thanksgiving once again! We adore this holiday, especially its exciting spirit and, of course, its fountain of presents. The whirligig of a pre-holiday fuss, presents supplies, bright emotions, family reunions, a lot of free time and non-suppressible energy, and we forget about those who require our mindful support at all times – our children. There is usually no attentive and watchful adult beside them all the time on big holidays to control all the possible trouble-causing events.
It’s a pity we cannot be in several places at once; the biggest wish of any busy parent is to get a clone or a doppelganger. Our rarely visited relatives vigorously compete for our total attention on such holidays, and those in a close everyday proximity move to the background. But it means danger postponed for future. Both for them and for us. What is the way out, you may ask? There is one, definitely. We live in the world of shrinking borders and expanding technologies; they substitute our close ties and connections where we cannot uphold them in flesh. Have no spare time to control your kids, especially on holidays and other massive-scale entertaining voyages? Do not worry!
Let me introduce you to a digital substitute of a physical dad/mom. A very strict, stern and serious one. Always helpful if kids need it; 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Always on the watch if anything wrong happens to them. What’s this? – Mobile parental control software. It can do real wonders. With a cell phone only.
Unfortunately, today tech-savvy teens engage in risky behaviors and hide it from their parents in a very smart manner. Many parents don’t even realize they are being fooled. McAfee, the world’s largest dedicated security technology company, released findings from the company’s Teen Internet Behavior study. The top 10 ways teens are fooling their parents include:
If your main concern is an invisible internet filter for inappropriate web content, you may relax. With modern mobile monitoring applications, you’ll always be well-informed about the data your teenage web-surfer looks for. The most advanced web filtering software offers not only the chance to merely monitor online activities; it goes a step further – it grants the unique options to filter and even block suspicious web content. One of such applications is mSpy, with its sophisticated parental control features of SMS & email reading, photos & videos viewing, websites blocking/restricting, GPS tracking, remote wipe & lock and more.
The best present parents can give to themselves on Thanksgiving is mSpy which will present them with the most precious thing in the world – peace of mind. Isn’t it the best gift for parents of all times and places?