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MarieD (original poster member #14450) posted at 1:53 AM on Sunday, March 28th, 2021
I’m a bit surprised that this particular board seems so out of date and unused. I know there’s a minimum post limit to get in but I assumed that was because there was active new information.
Is it just that with so much added security these days, you just can’t snoop anymore?
Or is it the fact that fewer members can post here?
I was really hoping for some tips. Last DDay all the evidence was on a PC and I used a program that keylogged and took regular screen shots to get what I needed. Now everything is on a phone....
AnnieOakley ( member #13332) posted at 3:03 AM on Sunday, March 28th, 2021
I’ve thought the same thing Marie although my original dday was during cell phones there are now so many apps to communicate thru.
Most people have locked down their social media profiles and are more suspect of complete stranger friend requests too.
But the “old school” VAR advice in the cars I think will continue to bear fruit. The track my phone option can be helpful, etc. Plus now the cell phone bills are updated within 24 hours and easy to cross reference if someone is deleting calls/texts-but then you deal with the burner phones too.
GPS tracker for a vehicle is one step further to verify that has also greatly improved in the last 10+ years.
And you can still put a key logger program onto a phone, but I would test it out on your smartphone first. Make sure you hide and it does not pop up, what it gives you etc. And of course you have to be able to get the phone to download it. Doing it first on yours you will know how long it takes too.
Me= BSHim=xWH (did the work & became the man I always thought he was, but it was too late)M=23+,T=27+dday=7/06, 8/09 (pics at a work function), 11/09 VAR, 6/12 Sep'd, 10/14 Divorced."If you are going through hell, keep going."
JanaGreen ( member #29341) posted at 9:24 PM on Monday, March 29th, 2021
I know that I was able to get a ton - a TON! - of intel about my ex's activity by logging into his gmail account and turning on a setting that saved his search history.
I can't imagine being able to swing that with 2-part authentication.
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