How Cyber "Peeping Toms" Own Your Phone Just by Knowing Your Number
What’s more terrifying than knowing your most private conversation are publicly exposed?
Privacy used to be a right… now it appears to be dead.
With devastating results.
Researchers at the University of California Riverside proved they could hack 92% of cell phones, gaining access to online bank accounts, investment brokerage accounts and private emails.
60 Minutes documented a well-known security risk that allows anyone with an internet connection to “hack” cell phone networks. One year later – it still hasn’t been fixed.
Once in, all they need is your phone number and they can instantly track your location, read your text messages and record your phone calls.
Then they can do the same thing to any of your associates, friends or loved ones who call or text you.
Smart Phone Hacking Reaches Epidemic Levels
Worst of all – anyone can now hack your smart phone because there are programs on the internet that do the “hacking” for you…
All someone has to do is click a few buttons and – like magic – they’re in your phone.
That means your ex, a rival at work, a competitor in business, a pervert... or just some punk who takes pleasure in hurting others, can now access your most private information and use it any way they want…
To sabotage a business deal… steal your identity or money… humiliate you on social media… beat you in court… access your medical records… or get you fired. Their sick imagination is the only limit to the kind of damage they can do.
And the news is full of the horror stories of their victims.
According to Breach Level Index – a cyber-security firm who tracks security failures – since 2013, over 4 Billion records have been hacked and stolen. In fact, 3.5 million records are stolen every day.
And the FBI - along with other authorities – say the number of victims is skyrocketing. Now more than ever, the average American must take steps to reclaim their stolen privacy or suffer devastating consequences.
Thankfully, due to recent advances in technology, it’s quite easy for anyone – even those with ZERO technical skills - to take back your privacy – once and for all.
Beware of “Fake” Privacy Claims & How to Take Back Your Privacy… for FREE
Some applications – like Snapchat – claim to erase your messages. What the makers of these apps don’t want you to know is that they keep ALL of your messages on their servers where anyone with a bit of hacking know-how can gain access – at any time.
Now… or in the distant future. BUT:
Dust picks-up where other private messaging apps drop the ball.
Dust is a FREE messaging app created by a billionaire who demands absolute privacy in all his personal and business dealings.
Dust allows you to communicate openly and honestly – without fear that what you say can and will be used against you. With Dust you take back your stolen privacy so you can freely send and receive confidential text messages, photos, videos and more.
That’s because Dust scrambles your messages with military-grade encryption while they travel across the internet, so even if someone is able to grab them – all they get is a jumble of random characters that makes no sense.
Once your message arrives on the other end, Dust protects it from screenshots and erases it after it’s read. And your name is never attached to any of your messages.
Most importantly – your messages never touch a hard drive or server… so hackers can never bring them back to haunt you.
Once they’re gone, they’re truly gone – forever. Never to be recovered, retweeted, reposted, or otherwise used to harm or humiliate you.
And did I mention? Dust is FREE.
So if you’ve ever been concerned about your private communications messing up your career, finances, public life, your credit rating or anything else, then you should download your free Dust messaging app now.
Whether you’re worried about governments, coworkers, rivals, stalkers, perverts, criminals or hackers snooping on your private messages, you can put a stop to it today with Dust!
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