Want to spy on someone and have immediate access to their calls, texts and photos?
There’s an app for that – and the FBI has tracked down the maker.
The Daily Mail reports that the FBI shut down a website selling the “spyware” app and arrested a Pakistani national in Los Angeles for selling the technology.
The $59.99 app enabled people to intercept call in real time, while also giving them full access to the phone and its data.
The company says it sold more than 100,000 apps.
Andrew McCabe, assistant director of the Washington Field Office said: ‘This application allegedly equips potential stalkers and criminals with a means to invade an individual’s confidential communications.
‘They do this not by breaking into their homes or offices, but by physically installing spyware on unwitting victims’ phones and illegally tracking an individual’s every move.’