Different jammers also have different vulnerabilities

Bruce Schneier, one of the world’s most famous cybersecurity experts, recently published an article in The Guardian, where he described how weak our information security really is. He also described the contribution made by the National Security Agency. He told us that the government and major business organizations have betrayed the Internet, but we have turned the Internet into a powerful and most effective spying tool. We at the mobile phone jammer company fully agree with this fact. Here, we will try to explain why we cannot trust the Internet and how to protect your data from overwhelming espionage.

Portable jammers make our lives more convenient, but did you know that they can sometimes be dangerous? This is why we want to show you the top five mobile gadgets that can be used to monitor you and steal your personal information. The initial research was conducted by the Reticle Research team, but we added some equipment and rearranged the top. So let’s get started. The first place is Google Glass. Even though the wearable computer is very expensive-it has several vulnerable areas that may harm you. The device may transparently shoot videos and photos and destroy your privacy. Another point here is that these AR glasses are using the Bluetooth protocol to communicate with your smartphone, and the entire 2.4 GHz is quite vulnerable to various hackers and attacks.

If you read our blog from time to time, you may have noticed that we believe that smartphones are the biggest threat to our privacy, which is the main reason why we try to emphasize the privacy and security issues of those portable devices. The main reason they are so dangerous is people. Users tend to share too much sensitive data with the device and run mobile banking applications, which is why hackers try to attack smartphones to find your personal information. You should know that there is no absolutely safe smartphone. All these modern portable jammer have their own specific holes. Some of these vulnerabilities exploit the vulnerability of mobile operating systems, and some exploit security protocols. But the facts still exist. Most vulnerabilities – it is the user’s fault.

In the early days, we wrote an article about danger from social networks, but Facebook and its competitors have been actively developing and betting on software called “deep learning.” It is an artificial intelligence software that uses complex facial matching methods. The software uses neural networks to help it slowly learn to recognize patterns in large data pools. The new software scored 97.25% in recognizing human faces, which is a significant improvement compared to past artificial intelligence software. According to Facebook’s artificial intelligence researchers, it is very close to human performance. Compared to earlier software, the margin of error has been reduced by more than a quarter.