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Is someone spying on me through my cell phone camera? from freemexy's blog

Is someone spying on me through my cell phone camera? It's absolutely possible to look at a person through the camera on your phone. But first, you must ask yourself, “WHY would anyone want to look through my camera?” Are you really that important? If you are, then you likely have advisors that have already answered this question for you. If someone has had access to your phone for 5–7 minutes, they could have downloaded spyware. The spyware could be used to access any of the features on your phone. It could be the camera, the GPS, your text messages, your contact list, etc.

In fact things can be accessed remotely that cannot be accessed with the phone actually in your hand. For example, even your deleted text messages are accessible remotely but you cannot access them with your phone actually in hand. This spyware is purposely made to be hidden. Usually it requires wiping the phone back to the factory settings. Do not back it up first though it you'll simply back up the spyware and it will be reinstalled. This type of spyware requires access to the phone and is actually “touching” the phone to spy on you. It could be a spouse, a parent, a boss, etc. The other possibility, the scarier yet very real method of accessing your phone doesn't need to ever touch your phone at all. All that is needed is a phone number.

This method access the Cameron through a small glitch in the network. The SS7 (Signal System Number 7) is used in this method. Every country is aware of this “glitch.” Can it be fixed? Do we want it fixed? NSA Operation Dropout Jeep has been active longer than most are aware. There's truly NOTHING that is not accessible. If you are important enough, you can assure yourself that there is a person or team of persons who are paid to collect Intel on you through SIGINT, COMINT and many forms of ELINT. This is signal, communications and eiectronic intelligence. Again, if you are important enough to be spied on, you're not getting your answers on this forum. I won't go much deeper here as it’s not necessary. How do you know if your camera is being accessed remotely?

Regardless if it's through a downloaded spyware program or much more intelligent means, the battery on your phone is powering your camera. You might notice your phone is getting hot when just sitting there. Your battery isn't lasting long. You might catch your phone making an unusual sound or a light flicker when it's not even being touched. These are reasonable signs that there is something you're not aware of running in the background. If the camera is accessed, it can be used to look through in real time or more commonly, it will be set to take a picture in set intervals. This will save the battery. It may be set to take a picture every 1 second, every 3 seconds, every 60 seconds any other increment.

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