Spies might seem like a charismatic person, highly knowledgeable, equipped with superb fighting skills, and can make their way out of every situation. However, real-life spies are so obscure in nature that you cannot find one in the open streets any day. They are exceptionally sneaky in their work process, and they are not in there to complete some mission or save a damsel in distress. The modern-day treasure is data - the data we use, consume, and interact with every day. Although privacy is paramount, you cannot get a hold of anyone if you have no idea that you are being spied upon, or your data is being used for purposes that might not fit your liking. In simple words, what can you do when you are being watched and spied upon?
Yes, that’s the emotion you would face if someone tells you that you are being spied upon. You will wonder how are you being watched? Well, it is easy for the right people. If you use a computer with a microphone and a webcam extensively for work-related purposes, virtual meetings, getting in touch with friends and new clients, you can fall victim to spying. You might think that how is that going to happen if you do not use either of the two devices? But it can, and it has happened before. Your webcam can be accessed by an unwelcome party without you even noticing with the LED beside your webcam not lighting up because some script, trojan, or malware has triggered it to be inactive. Your microphone can be used even more easily, as you would never know when it is being used because it does not have a notifier like your webcam.
You must stop unwelcome surveillance at all costs, thus you must invest in a certified application that can be your aid in resolving these issues. The best equipment for the job is PROTECTSTAR’s Camera Guard application that can be easily used on your macOS as well as your phone. We use phones all the time and they are another vulnerable point too! The product’s features include:
With this application, there won’t be an inch of ground left uncovered in terms of data security and privacy.