Power makes an impression
Have you ever noticed the terrible injustice that we ourselves create among men and women? What I mean is, examine how a company will react to a superior or even the head of the company: they’ll pamper him, accommodate him at a great cost, with pomp and circumstance, in a room fit for a king, with breakfast in the fridge, soap and TP in the bathroom, a bed made with hospital corners and a few candies, a magazine; in short, everything for him to be happy.
How will this same company react when faced with a simple employee? Totally differently: covers simply placed on the unmade bed, no soap, no food in the fridge; in short, the bare minimum, and all in order to save company money.
Company heads personally scare me a little, because of the overwhelming and uncontrolled power they possess. For my part, I want to be self-employed not to be in command but to not have any authority above me and to be able to do as I wish.
mSpy lets you be perceptive rather than naive
Aren’t you fed up with forever remaining the employee in this story we call life? Don’t you ever want to create your own business and be the boss yourself? Sometimes you just have to simply take the plunge.
The comparison is the same with telephone espionage ; there are those who install mSpy on their phone in order to be able to save:
- their calls
- their text messages
- their address book
- their GPS positions
- and even their photographs on an online server, in case their phone is stolen or lost
Better to be in control than be a victim
On the other end of the chain are those who have installed nothing at all, who don’t know about backup software for smartphones, and who aren’t interested in them. Those people aren’t afraid to be the fall guy, whereas the others expect and plan to control the system.
In life, there are those who do and those who suffer. This is a maxim that, unfortunately, I was not taught when I was little, but I would have loved to have been taught. In life, there are those who do and those who suffer. Yes, it’s unfair, it’s true. But it’s better to teach our kids to become the masters rather than the mastered.
New Year’s resolution: protect my smartphone!
I use my smartphone every day, and if there’s one thing I pay attention to, it’s this little mobile device that constantly follows me everywhere. It lets me play games, call my girlfriend, chat on social networks, and watch videos.
“But of course, as is often the case, you didn’t install any security software to protect against possible intruders, did you?”
For me, mSpy acts as my protection. Sure, it’s not an anti-virus program, but it backs up my info on a secure online server. mSpy also lets me constantly receive my device’s GPS signal, wherever it is. What are the new security threats of 2017 that threaten our smartphones from day to day?
The dangers of text messages
Text messages that look like spam may be sent to smartphone users. When you open them, they ask you to write down your bank (or otherwise confidential) information and send it back.
You should definitely not do this!
The best way to react is to delete these phishing texts immediately.
Wi-fi and Bluetooth risks
Wi-fi hot spots can be pirated, allowing malware to infiltrate in order to capture your password. If you don’t trust open-access internet, stay away from them!
Watch your geolocation
Watch out for who you trust with your own geolocation. It would be a shame if some ill-intentioned person took advantage of knowing where you were and committed misdemeanors against you.
Be wary of the shortened links you can find on websites like Twitter. Sometimes they conceal suspicious links that redirect you to dangerous websites or programs.
mSpy seems more and more to me like an essential backup program. Otherwise, be aware of these risks and dangers that could be watching for you.
⇒ In most cases, being conscious of the problems will be enough to avoid them.