Privacy Protection With Jammers
We hear lots of complaints every day, that privacy is broken and nothing we do can be hidden from other people and various spying organizations, such as NSA. That is why we at Jammer-Store decided to provide you with a couple of advices on how can you protect your privacy with various jamming devices without harming other people. First of all we'd like you to remember that signal blocker is a weapon, and it may do bad things in wrong hands, so be careful with those.
We will be gin with the most dangerous device, that can be used for tracking, eavesdropping, which gathers tonnes of your specific data, such as login/passwords, emails and the people you know – your smartphone. No matter who's the manufacturer and which mobile OS it is running – modern smartphones are dangerous. And the main reason for this is the fact that one device has all the data on you. Your personal information, your current coordinates, your friends and so on.
That is why hackers try to find new ways of getting into it and if Spiegel's reports are true – secret services, such as NSA are spying on your smartphone too. It is the most simple and the cheapest way to get lots of data on you really fast. And the most dangerous here is the fact that you can't do anything about it. There is no such antivirus, or firewall, or encryption method that will be able to protect your data without killing the functionality of the gadget.
Also, all those encryption procedures are rather complicated, so most of the people simply won't mess with that. There are two decent options, that may conceal your information. The first one is the GSM and mobile Internet jammer, which will hide you for a short period, but you won't be able to make or receive a call. And the second one – is to avoid storing private and valuable data on your portable gadget, smartphone or tablet. Both of those will cut the functionality of your device, but will surely prevent the data leaks.
The second thing you should worry about are wireless networks. They are not reliable and hackers use that fact. Most of the smartphone users are connecting free Wi-Fi hotspots in public places and use them not only to surf the web, but to install updates and processing their mobile banking information. Which is quite dangerous, especially for Android users, because Android OS is using a weak version of SSL encryption with RC4 algorithm, instead of SHA1.
Many people are putting their private information at risk willingly. They share it through social networks, with their smartphones and transmit it over the Internet with an unencrypted protocols. That's why we always tell or readers that the safety of their private information is their concern, and no one will be able to protect it, if they won't do at least something for it. Protect your information, it is easy, but may even save your life someday!