Mobile spy infotech

 

Mobile spy infotech

Cyber spying typically involves the use of such access to secrets and classified information or control of individual computers or whole networks for a strategic advantage and for psychological , political and physical subversion activities and sabotage . [3] More recently, cyber spying involves analysis of public activity on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter . [4]

Such operations, like non-cyber espionage, are typically illegal in the victim country while fully supported by the highest level of government in the aggressor country. The ethical situation likewise depends on one's viewpoint, particularly one's opinion of the governments involved. [3]

The Dukes, a well-resourced, highly dedicated and organized cyberespionage group that F-Secure believe has been working for the Russian Federation since at least 2008. [7] [8] [9]