Endoacustica - At Least One Spyware Provider Openly Claims Phones Can Be Used To Eavesdrop Without The Battery.


Statement Below Is From Their Website www.endoacustica.com

Eavesdropping without battery
Even when the battery is taken out, the spy phone is still able to pick up sounds around it and transmit them.
This function is only available for law enforcement agencies.

Statement Above Is From Their Website www.endoacustica.com

This is only one of the many spyware providers on the internet.


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  • Notimportant - January 02, 2014

    I don’t doubt this for a second. (anymore anyway)

    I watched something on youtube the other day about being able to power up chips with just radio waves. Then there was the hacker conference video that came out around new years, where they said they can pull what is coming off of your computer monitor by bouncing radio waves off of a chip inside of it from something like 8 miles away!!!

    One thing is certain, the vast majority of people have no idea what they are talking about when it come to the technology that has been sold to the public in the last 20 years.

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