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"Phone Creeper is a phone espionage suite It can be silently installed by just inserting an sd card with the files below on it. The program does not show up under installed programs or running programs and allows for a useful array or features. Phones running this software can be remotely controled by sms text messages. All commands will be silently received and deleted immediately and results will be issued back to sender. Pre-configured settings can be added to the installer to have your own default password and phone number to receive live updates. By default, this program will silently reinstall itself even after a hard reset, if the memory card with these files is still in the device."

This is the change log:

GETPOS command for GPS location now just grab and sends on demand to minimize battery & CPU usage
Block list will now also block SMS messages from users in list also, not just calls.
Emergency contact and SIM detection features fixed up.
GPS google maps link and coordinates 0,0 issues resolved.
FTP Setup command now only responds true if FTP is actually working (it runs a test first)
LIVE FTP command has been added as is working, however if you use this avoid SMS commands as much as possible since SMS commands might slip through during FTP uploads (Maybe a fix for next time.)
Log files have been trimmed to basic info only so as to not waste so much space.
Ignore features have been added to ignore logging number in the list.
ZAP feature has been added for silent uninstall, however it's not fully working yet (next update).
Since we last blogged about Phone Creeper, the following new commands have been added:

password ftplive - To receive live updates of SMS and Call activity to your FTP server (setupftp must be set first)
password addign xxxxxxxxxxx - To add phone number to your ignore log list (it won't create logs of these numbers)
password delign - To remove phone number from your ignore log list (it will log this number again)

Download Phone Creeper v0.98 here.

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