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Mobile spy machine

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Similarly, many companies would want to monitor their employees on company provided phones and find a way to log the activities they perform in the phone and not waste time on mobile phones not authorized by the company. Highster Mobile seeks to address both the above issues by offering a technology that could easily monitor your children’s mobile phones as well as offer Employers a way to track their workers activities in real time.

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While the report does not indicate the scope of the program, or who the NSA is targeting with such wiretaps, it's a unique look at the agency's collaborative efforts with the broader intelligence community to gain hard access to communications equipment. One of the products the NSA appears to use to compromise target electronics is codenamed COTTONMOUTH, and has been available since 2009; it's a USB "hardware implant" that secretly provides the NSA with remote access to the compromised machine.

This tool, among others, is available to NSA agents through what  Der Spiegel describes as a mail-order spy catalog . The report indicates that the catalog offers backdoors into the hardware and software of the most prominent technology makers, including Cisco, Juniper Networks, Dell, Seagate, Western Digital, Maxtor, Samsung, and Huawei. Many of the targets are American companies. The report indicates that the NSA can even exploit error reports from Microsoft's Windows operating system; by intercepting the error reports and determining what's wrong with a target's computer, the NSA can then attack it with Trojans or other malware.

In response to Der Spiegel 's report, Cisco senior vice president John Stewart wrote that "we are deeply concerned with anything that may impact the integrity of our products or our customers' networks," and that the company does "not work with any government to weaken our products for exploitation." Other US companies have fired back against reports of NSA tampering in recent months, including Microsoft, which  labeled the agency an "advanced persistent threat" over its efforts to secretly collect private user data  within the internal networks of Google and Yahoo .