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I got a new software for handphone which prevents theft

Postby dominion » Sun, 08 Oct 2006 12:59 am

This new software is the new system for Symbian Mobile phone devices. Every time you switch on your mobile phones, the software proceeds with authentication of the inserted SIM card; if authentication fails, this software will send message to a previously set telephone number. In addition, the system features remote control functions i.e. deleting your photographs/phone book/text messages/video/audio data in case of loss or theft of your mobile phone.

Example: If a guy picks up your hp, he replaces your sim card with his. Once he switch on the hp, a hidden sms will be automatically send to your designated hp number (your mum, wife or kin) informing them your phone has been stolen with the new user's hp number, IMSI, IMEI, CELL ID, AREA, COUNTRY and lastly Service provider. You can be sure to get back your mobile once you lose it. Report to the Police if the person don't want to return to you.

I hope some expats can bring this software to distribute in their countries. Thanks. Any suggestion is welcome.

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Re: I got a new software for handphone which prevents theft

Postby sgqxyw2006 » Mon, 11 Dec 2006 12:24 pm

dominion wrote:I hope some expats can bring this software to distribute in their countries. Thanks. Any suggestion is welcome.


Maybe you can approach those ISP, see whether they are interested.

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Re: I got a new software for handphone which prevents theft

Postby ksl » Mon, 11 Dec 2006 5:56 pm

dominion wrote:This new software is the new system for Symbian Mobile phone devices. Every time you switch on your mobile phones, the software proceeds with authentication of the inserted SIM card; if authentication fails, this software will send message to a previously set telephone number. In addition, the system features remote control functions i.e. deleting your photographs/phone book/text messages/video/audio data in case of loss or theft of your mobile phone.

Example: If a guy picks up your hp, he replaces your sim card with his. Once he switch on the hp, a hidden sms will be automatically send to your designated hp number (your mum, wife or kin) informing them your phone has been stolen with the new user's hp number, IMSI, IMEI, CELL ID, AREA, COUNTRY and lastly Service provider. You can be sure to get back your mobile once you lose it. Report to the Police if the person don't want to return to you.

I hope some expats can bring this software to distribute in their countries. Thanks. Any suggestion is welcome.
This new software is the new system for Symbian Mobile phone devices. Every time you switch on your mobile phones, the software proceeds with authentication of the inserted SIM card; if authentication fails, this software will send message to a previously set telephone number.
Lets say the phone is stolen right? It's pretty hopeless to even consider entering an authentication number in, isn't it?
Now if the software actually took the sim card number when entered, then automatically sent it, to the owners designated number, without trying to authenticate, that would be a better solution.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 11 Dec 2006 6:24 pm

ksl,

I wonder if this is the same guy you dumped on a while back with some sort of handphone software? It was the same sort of thing wasn't it?

:oops: sorry, my mistake. That was the guy with the online notepad something or other wasn't it.

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Postby ksl » Mon, 11 Dec 2006 10:14 pm

sundaymorningstaple wrote:ksl,

I wonder if this is the same guy you dumped on a while back with some sort of handphone software? It was the same sort of thing wasn't it?

:oops: sorry, my mistake. That was the guy with the online notepad something or other wasn't it.



yes, it was someone else I think! Although this is, what u think it is, i'm pretty sure

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Re: I got a new software for handphone which prevents theft

Postby maxlow » Sun, 21 Jan 2007 1:58 pm

cools... pm me

dominion wrote:This new software is the new system for Symbian Mobile phone devices. Every time you switch on your mobile phones, the software proceeds with authentication of the inserted SIM card; if authentication fails, this software will send message to a previously set telephone number. In addition, the system features remote control functions i.e. deleting your photographs/phone book/text messages/video/audio data in case of loss or theft of your mobile phone.

Example: If a guy picks up your hp, he replaces your sim card with his. Once he switch on the hp, a hidden sms will be automatically send to your designated hp number (your mum, wife or kin) informing them your phone has been stolen with the new user's hp number, IMSI, IMEI, CELL ID, AREA, COUNTRY and lastly Service provider. You can be sure to get back your mobile once you lose it. Report to the Police if the person don't want to return to you.

I hope some expats can bring this software to distribute in their countries. Thanks. Any suggestion is welcome.

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Re: I got a new software for handphone which prevents theft

Postby Plavt » Sat, 14 Apr 2007 8:40 pm

maxlow wrote:cools... pm me


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