Now Anyone Can Read Your “Private” Messages
Over 1 Billion Victims (and counting)
In 2014 alone, 1,023,108,267 smart phones were hacked. And according to the FBI, the number of incidents since then has multiplied.
60 Minutes documented a well-known security risk that allows anyone with an internet connection to “hack” cell phone network servers. Once in, all they need is your phone number and they can instantly track your location, read your private messages and record your phone calls.
After that they can do the same thing to any of your associates, friends or loved ones who call or text you.
And 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.
Worst of all – now 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... or just some punk who takes pleasure in hurting others, can now access your most private information.
And what they do with your “private” messages can destroy your reputation... or worse.
Public Humiliation Not the Only Thing at Stake Here
The number of people who have had their identity stolen, lost deals to competitors, been fired, denied opportunities or publicly humiliated because of a private messages – sent on their own time – using their own phone – is reaching epidemic levels.
Your “private” messages could be used 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.
A study by the experts at Jobvite1 reveals disturbing facts about hiring managers:
- 93% will study a candidate through social media before making a hiring decision
- 83% say any mention of illegal drugs is a strong turn-off
- 70% say posts that are “sexual” in nature will count against a job candidate
- 44% said any posts about or referencing alcohol will be a negative
And you better believe potential business associates are looking even closer.
But, you may say, “I keep my posts clean, so what have I got to worry about?” But what about what someone else posts about you on social media? Perhaps another person competing for the same opportunity?
And that’s not where it ends because 66% of hiring managers said they would hold poor spelling and grammar against candidates. And slightly over 1 in 6 recruiters said they would interpret ANY political comments as a serious negative.
It may not be fair, but it’s reality.
Thankfully, due to recent advances in technology, it’s quite easy for anyone – even those with ZERO technical skills - to take back your privacy – and safety – once and for all.
How to Make 100% Certain Your “Private” Messages Stay Private
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 (because if the NSA can be hacked – and they have – ANYONE can be hacked)… 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. Once they arrive on the other end, Dust protects them from screenshots and erases them after they are read. And your name is never attached to any of your messages.
Most importantly - they never touch a hard drive or server… so hackers can never bring them back to haunt you.
That means once your messages are gone, they are 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 negatively affecting your career, public life, or your freedom, then you should download your free Dust messaging app now.
Whether you’re worried about governments, coworkers, rivals, stalkers, or hackers snooping on your private messages, you can put a stop to it today with Dust!
Interested in the possibilities? Click the button below to find out more about the free Dust app.