There is something that has been bothering me for years. No amount of Google search has led me to the correct explanation. It’s how when someone calls me, the phone call can never land to my wife’s mobile device, ever. Every single of those phone calls, be they for my wife or mine, always land on the correct mobile phone. More specifically, to the intended SIM card. Why is it that there is never an error in signal transmission that would lead a phone call intended for my wife’s phone number to come straight to mine?
The fact that it doesn’t happen doesn’t mean it can’t happen, it just means humans have designed mobile (and even Internet) communication so intricately that it is close to impossible for it to err; well, unless someone as mischievous as you figures out a loophole in the design to intercept phone calls, text messages, or any of the other electronic forms of communication.
Now that you are mischievous and you want to know how to hack your girlfriend’s (or even boyfriend’s) phone calls and read their text messages, here is what you can do, get yourself one of those Stingray Catcher Equipment.
Stingray Catcher Equipment is any illegal equipment (only government agencies such as the military, intelligence agencies, etc, are allowed to own them) that have the capability of mimicking a cellphone tower Base Transmitting Stations (BTS).
“Cell-site simulators, also known as Stingrays or IMSI catchers, are devices that masquerade as legitimate cell-phone towers, tricking phones within a certain radius into connecting to the device rather than a tower. Cell-site simulators operate by conducting a general search of all cell phones within the device’s radius, in violation of basic constitutional protections. Law enforcement use cell-site simulators to pinpoint the location of phones with greater accuracy than phone companies. Cell-site simulators can also log IMSI numbers (unique identifying numbers) of all of the mobile devices within a given area. Some cell-site simulators may have advanced features allowing law enforcement to intercept communications or even alter the content of communications”, writes Electronic Frontier Foundation.
In simple terms, once you have installed a Stingray Catcher Equipment in your house, you should be able to intercept any phone calls or text messages meant for any other number within the radius of the equipment. For example if your neighbor wants to make a phone call to whoever, instead of that phone connecting to the nearby base station directly, it will first connect to your illegal equipment, then thereafter the equipment will send the signal to the base station. Given that the phone call will pass through you first, you will be able to do with it whatever fun you would like to do with it – but there won’t be anything more fun than just listening, then probably recording the conversation for future reference. It is a free world after all, isn’t it?
The question that must be on your mind right now is this, how the hell do I get myself one of those Stingray Catcher Equipment? Well, the answer is simple: same way you can get yourself one of those illegal drugs, or guns, or one of those backstreet abortion doctors. It is a dark world after all, isn’t it? The web can also be dark, if you know what I mean.
Just remember, if you are caught, you are likely to share a cell with Mike Sonko, who apparently came out publicly saying that he owns one of the most powerful Stingray Catcher Equipment one or two years ago.
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