A Quick Guide to Spying Methods

In this section I have collected all my guides related to spying on a mobile phone (both iPhone and Android). Additionally you will find the greatest methods on how to spy on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Instagram account and read other conversations without getting caught red handed. I have picked the best software (the same software I use).

Spying on a Cell Phone Technique

Spying on Social Networks

Hi, It’s me, your best friend Frankie.

As you may have guessed by reading some articles in my blog I’m a fan of hacking philosophy and espionage techniques applied to mobile phones and social networks.

Since I was a kid I grew up with two legends: Gary McKinnon and Kevin Mitnick – called the Condor (the two greatest hackers in the world). I think I’ve read everything they’ve written, no exaggeration.

I won’t hide from you that in these years I have not only limited myself to reading their books, I have also tried some techniques. Nowadays I spend a lot of my time studying and testing new hacking strategies such as social engineering.

I don’t want to lie to you...

Most hacking and espionage techniques are very complex to accomplish, especially if you are not an experienced computer expert and don’t know the programming languages. Furthermore, both the new mobile devices – iPhone, Samsung, etc. – and the most used social networks in the world – such as Facebook, WhatsApp, etc. – are very hard to hack since they feature highly advanced CyberSecurity systems.

However, back to business…

If you are reading my blog it is certainly because you want to break into someone’s privacy and gain access to their virtual world.

Well, let me just say this: spying on a mobile phone, hacking a Facebook account or reading someone’s WhatsApp conversations without authorization is an offence in almost every country in the world!

However, since I’m a fan of ethical (or white hat) hacking, I’ve decided to share some of the best techniques for spying on a mobile phone and hacking social networks in order to help parents who care about the safety of their children (minors).

Monitoring the mobile phone of their minor children is not a crime and in most cases it is useful to identify forms of cyberbullying or paedophilia.


Frankie Caruso