2014 Cell Phone Guide For US Protesters
FOR ANYONE PROTESTING
EFF 2014 Cell Phone Guide For US Protesters
Anyone can track your cell phone not just the cops.
Law enforcement agencies are finding the need for low cost cell phone detectors that do not require court orders very desirable.
Track without using GPS
Cydia is an alternative to Apple's App Store for "jailbroken" devices, at this time including
iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, specializing in the distribution of all that is not an
Cydia is not available in Apple's App Store, nor is it a website: it is installed on your device using a "jailbreaking" tool, such asPangu orTaiG.
For help with jailbreaking, see /r/jailbreak on reddit.
Wolfhound-PRO Cell Phone Detector
is a precision, handheld, wireless sniffer specifically tuned to the RF signature of common cell phones (both U.S. & European bands) including PCS, CDMA / WCDMA (UMTS), GSM, EGSM Cellular bands as well as GPS trackers and even U.S. DECT 6.0 cordless phones that cause interference with European cellular carriers. Wolfhound™-PRO's high speed scanning receiver utilizes a multi-band DF (Direction Finding) antenna system allowing security personnel to locate nearby cell phones in either standby mode* or during active voice, text or data transmissions making it the perfect tool for enforcing your NO WIRELESS security policy. Instead of illegal and unsafe cellular jamming signals Wolfhound™-PRO Cell Phone Detector prevents wireless usage by detecting and even locating the perpetrator.
PUT IT IN THE MICROWAVE AND CLOSE THE DOOR
Stop the Government from tracking your location while your phone is off and even enabling your Mic to listen to your Private conversations.
2015 75% of Android devices can have their passcode reset by Google if a court forces them to. Google Can Reset 75% Of Android Phones Remotely Earlier operating software - codenamed Froyo, Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean and KitKat - is at risk.
2015 US law enforcement agencies have special-devices that can brute-force iPhone passwords. Bauer described a "fairly new" device called and IP-BOX, which can be attached to an iPhone and systematically attempt every passcode from 0000 to 9999 without shutting down using what the industry refers to as "brute force." IP-BOXES came into the fray when the Apple refused to assist the government with cell phone break-ins. (this is why you should use letters and / or symbols in passwords)
Supreme Court’s decision that police officers must get a warrant to compel someone to unlock a passcode-protected smartphone. The ruling, which was issued in June, was based on the idea that phones contain “a digital record of nearly every aspect of their lives — from the mundane to the intimate” and should be protected.