How to Know Who's Tracking You Through Your Phone And Codes To Stop Anyone From Spying On You
So, is someone spying on your phone? Are they using cell phone spying software? How do you tell when someone is watching you through your cell phone? What can you do about it if they are? Those are excellent questions, and they are the reason I wrote this article. It's a classic, read more below.
Have you ever felt someone is tracking you through your phone? If so, security should be your priority. With the help of a few short codes, you can find out if you are being watched or not. You will find out if your personal information and your private messages are being read by someone else. A similar post like this won me WordPress monthly award 4 consecutive times in 2016 and here again I have written a masterpiece for you on phone protection and how to avoid being tracked on your phone.
Working as a Software specialist and IT consultant for many firms like Goldenmoon venture, subsidiary of AGIP oil company, Hyattractions System, Infonet Logistics and now Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development (FMHDS), NSIP -(Monitoring/Evaluation) has given me a wider experience to notice how peoples phones are been tap and there vital information stolen.
Your smartphone stores a great deal of personal information. Let’s face it, your whole life is on that thing. You use your cell phone on a daily basis, sending emails and text messages, making calls, listening to voicemail messages, taking and sharing videos and photos, using social media, and so much more.
What if someone was able to access all of that personal data? That could be a disaster.
But why would someone spy on you? What would they care about the information on your cell phone? There are multiple reasons why someone might want to monitor your smartphone-based activities.
The following code will help you stay safe while using your phone.
Here’s a list of the most useful codes for smartphones which ihave outline here and some instructions for you on how to detect intruders trying to steal your private information from your phone.
With this short code, you can find out whether your calls, messages, and other data are being diverted. The type of different diversion along with the number and information being diverted will be displayed on your phone screen if there are any. If you’re a parent, this code will help you protect your kids from spam or criminals. Older kids become victims when they lend their phones to strangers.
With this short code, you can know where your calls, messages, and data are being redirected to. So if you want to find out where your calls, messages, and sensitive information are being redirected to dial this short code. No one should listen to your voice call or text messages apart from the person you want to.
This short code is a universal code to switch off all phone redirection away from your phone. If you suspect any redirection of calls, messages, or data redirection dial this code to switch them off.
This code allows you to find out your IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identifier). Everyone should know their IMEI because with this IMEI you can find your phone if someone steals it. When the person switches the phone on, his location will be automatically transferred to the network provider even if a different SIM card is inserted.
E. Use Anti-Virus software.
With the help of anti-virus software, you can easily detect if your phone is being tracked. If you use an Android phone, you should periodically check your phone for viruses
NB: If your phone is being tracked there is zero chance that you will notice. So take note of this now that if your phone makes odd noises during a conversation, loses battery power rapidly, or unexpectedly restarts itself there are chances that you are being watched.
Now let's talk briefly about how you can protect yourself from those trying to track your phone conversation, criminals and spies.
Don’t install unknown programs on your phone. Keep track of all apps on your phone and use multiple security to protect yourself. Don’t click on unsafe links and don’t connect your phone to suspicious free charging points. Also don't connect to suspicious free Wi-Fi, It could be from hackers trying to get your information. Don’t accept tracking services from strangers, only your service provider should do that with your agreement.
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