How to avoid Wolfhound Phone Tracker

Hi everybody! Recently I have discovered that there is a cell phone tracker called Wolfhound. Can I use some jammer to prevent it from tracking my phone?

WiFi and Bluetooth are a kind of wireless technology that supports the exchange of data over short distances from fixed and mobile devices using the 2.4G frequency band, which can be used to send information and files. However, it is very possible that your privacy of highly secretive documents is attacked by the hacker as being used as wireless internet, they have a weak ability to work against hackers. And on the other hand as WiFi and Bluetooth have the ability to track your position and main work, so others may know your privacy easily. In this case, the WiFi blocker can play an important role in helping to eliminate the potential danger.

More and more people now have the painful experience of being tracked and monitored by GPS trackers. So, what they need is a device that can prevent the GPS Tracker from working – GPS Jammers. However, GPS trackers are not just a frequency band, there are 5 GPS signal frequency bands in total, they are GPSL1 (1500-1600MHz), GPSL2 (1220-1230MHz), GPSL3 (1200-1210MHz ), GPSL4 (1250-1280MHz), and GPSL5 (1170-1180 MHz). GPS signal jammers can emit their own signal at the frequency used by GPS tracking devices, which disrupts or blocks other GPS signals.

Wolfhound is made in 2 models. The first one is designed to ideally match U.S. cell communication standards and the second one is made for Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. It has small size and works absolutely hands-free. Additional features are OLED display, 9V battery (rechargeable and removable) and carrying case.

In order to avoid being tracked by this system you need to use Wolfhound tracker jammer because Wolfhound uses both GSM and GPS frequencies to find the cell phone, no matter indoors or outdoors.