Government Sets Up Non-Real Mobile Towers, Intercepts Your Messages, Calls And Disturbs You.
Ever since Edward Snowden outed the NSA’s mass surveillance programs, the need for CryptoPhone has been recognized among the population. The device's promise to secure us against eavesdropping and electronic surveillance has made the demand for the device to shoot through the roof. Everybody wants to be safe from the country listening to their 3 a.m. booty calls.
A mobile security team from crypto phones has also discovered in their research that the version is made available on the telephone Samsung Galaxy S3 they tested leaks data 80 – 90 times per hour. Their study also found and corrected 468 susceptibilities in stock Android.
This doesn’t stop there; apparently, potentially malicious towers could carry out "over the air" attacks; it would need a mobile device to connect to it. These towers can then be used as a point to install various attacks through spyware for eavesdropping on calls and messages. CryptoPhone has just emitted a map that located 17 of these potentially malicious towers all over the US that users detected.
In another incident revealed by Les Goldsmith, a client related to eight fake cell phone towers on his way from Florida to North Carolina on a street journey, even relating to one at South Point Casino in Las Vegas.
With potentially risky artificial towers like these, one would
question why they are still in existence. Why hasn't the administration
taken care of the matter? Well, the reason behind it, as suggested by
Goldsmith that the tower could belong to the government as most
of these are usually on the lid of US martial bases. This speculation doesn't
seem far away from the truth when we factor in the leaked news
regarding NSA and its capabilities.