Do you suspect that someone else is using your WhatsApp? Are you afraid of being spied on or hacked into your WhatsApp account? Is it really possible? So is.
A quick Google search for “spyware” produces more than 650 million results, as there is great interest in cyber espionage devices and software. Regardless of the motivation or justification for doing so, remember that spying is illegal. It is a huge invasion of privacy in most countries in the world.
If we talk about WhatsApp, the most used messaging application in Spain, Conversations, photos and social life of weeks, months and years are stored there. For many, the smartphone is the largest store of personal information, very sensitive data that we do not want to fall into other hands than ours, but, How can we avoid being spied on and how do we know if they already do?
Precisely because it is this large data warehouse, mobile phones are the main target of spying and data theft apps. Once installed on the mobile, the spy app uses our data connection to send remote records to the person who is secretly spying on us. These records can include: calls, text messages and emails, photos and videos, data from Facebook, Twitter and other social media applications or location tracking data.