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Phone Creeper 0.9 for WM is Out and Ready for Espionage
A few months back, a very controversial application surfaced on XDA for Windows Mobile, which let you spy on other people’s phones. The app created by XDA member chetstriker was admired and feared by many to the point that the dev had to create an anti-creeper app to block the one he originally created. Phone Creeper allows the user to do such things as virtually controlling and seeing anything that goes on in the victim’s device. The device is silent and pretty much undetectable as it does not show up as a running process nor does it show up under installed programs.
So, what are you waiting for? If you feel like you want to mess around with your friends’ devices, take a look at this and leave some feedback.
This is a phone espionage suite.
It can be silently installed by just inserting an sd card with the files below on it.
The program does not show up under installed programs or running programs and allows for a useful array or features. Phones running this software can be remotely controled by sms text messages. All commands will be silently received and deleted immediately and results will be issued back to sender.
pre-configured settings can be added to the installer to have your own default password and phone number to receive live updates. By default, this program will silently reinstall itself even after a hard reset, if the memory card with these files is still in the device.
Currently it has the following features:
You can find more information in the application thread.
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