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how to receive someone else text messages without them knowing?

i think my boyfriend is hiding something. hes always lying to me about who he texting and i want to be able to see the messages without him knowing. basically i want to hackk into his phone

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rhea dial8 months ago
I need pic.off my husbands phone think he is cheating on me with his coworker she married as well but he hides his phone sleeps with his phone so i cant touch it is there a free app that i can get to down load his pictures off his phone so he want know please help me
iceng rhea dial8 months ago
Hire a group party to slip him a mickey,.be creative, a library does not track what you read in the building..

Paranoia strikes deep.
Into your heart it will creep.
It starts when you're always afraid.

I dunno.  Do text messages for phones work the same way as email? If that's true, then there is a mail server somewhere, and you could just grab the messages from that server using POP3, or IMAP, or whatever, and tell the server not to delete these messages. So that way your BF could also retrieve his messages with his phone, and be none the wiser.  This is of course assuming you have the address of the server, and the  credentials (username/password) it will ask for.

Uh... actually there's a lot of hypothetical here. 

Hopefully someone else, who actually knows how to do this, will reply to this one.
>Do text messages for phones work the same way as email?

No. You send the SMS to your provider, they will route it to the provider of the recipient (just like a phone call) and the recipient's provider will try to deliver the message. When the SMS is delivered (or the delivery failed for a given period of time), there is no trace of the message in the system. [This might not be true for law enforcement agencies (depending where in the world you are), but is for you and me].

Only the sender's phone (and the recipient of course) will have a copy of the SMS.
So I guess that approach wouldn't work. I mean except for those privileged enough to have access to the same backdoors law enforcement uses, assuming such back doors exist.
And even for them, it would be illegal without without an order from court. - Assuming someone is watching the watchers.
Hey, I just found this recently,
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/09/us/cell-carriers-see-uptick-in-requests-to-aid-surveillance.html?_r=1
In this article it says that the major telecoms are tapping peoples phone conversations and texts, without a court order, hundreds of times a day.
Apparently, if the cops say it's an "emergency", then there's a special thing for that, and no court order (and no adherence to the 4th amendment)  is required.

Blurb:

"AT&T alone now responds to an average of more than 700 requests a day, with about 230 of them regarded as emergencies that do not require the normal court orders and subpoena. That is roughly triple the number it fielded in 2007..."
 

As a bonus it may be impossible to sue the big telecom companies for the tort of violating their customers' privacy, because of sort of special immunity protection. If you follow the link in that same article under the words "ultimately were given immunity by Congress", (It points here: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/04/us/politics/04nsa.html)
I think there's a little something in that article about how that works.

So the bad news is the telecom companies are expanding into the intelligence gathering business, and spying on everyone without any legal way to stop them.

And that's pretty bad, but the good news,  for OP, is that she can get her BF's texts without a court order.  All she has to do is explain to the cops that it is an "emergency" of some kind.   Like maybe she could call the FBI, and tell them she thinks her boyfriend might be working for Al Queda, or something like that, and by the way... he might be cheating on her too, and could they check on that also?   Then all they have to do is request/purchase them from the phone provider.   I mean it would be better if she had some friends working on the inside, for the phone provider, that way she wouldn't  have to get the law involved.

Anyway, I think this is the best way to get those texts, as I far as I see it.
;-)

 

 

In my oppinion If you don't trust them you don't love them and that is a control thing. Your not married to him and if he wanted you to get into his business he would tell what he wants you to know. i think it is pretty sad that you find someone you want and then don't trust them.
His phone is his business until you marry him and become one, then it is your right to know.
don't be so judgemental unless he just don't have anything to do with you, otherwise.
if so drop him like a bad habit and write a letter to ann Landers.
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If you ever get his phone you can read the messages and then click mark as unread.
But the real question you should ask yourself, is this all worth it for him? If your suspicious then maybe you should dump him or reevaluate yourself.
verence2 years ago
>Do text messages for phones work the same way as email?

No. You send the SMS to your provider, they will route it to the provider of the recipient (just like a phone call) and the recipient's provider will try to deliver the message. When the SMS is delivered (or the delivery failed for a given period of time), there is no trace of the message in the system. [This might not be true for law enforcement agencies (depending where in the world you are), but is for you and me].

Only the sender's phone (and the recipient of course) will have a copy of the SMS.
iceng2 years ago
Life is so much easier if you never secret anything or type embarrassing
comments.
If that is too hard to do, live with the understanding some one somewhere
can slip into your protected cyber accounts anytime they want to.

Privacy is an illusion today and more so tomorrow.......

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canucksgirl2 years ago
Your boyfriend has a right to privacy like you do. If you think he's lying to you or hiding something, then you should talk to him about it instead of trying to hack into his phone. I mean really. If you were planning a surprise birthday party for him (as an example) and he got suspicious of your behavior, would you want him hacking into your phone? In my opinion, invading someone's privacy is a LOT worse than potentially "hiding something" or possibly "lying".

You need to talk to him calmly and rationally instead of doing something that's irrational (and illegal).
+1... I actually worked a case very similar to this in my earlier years of data forensics... only it was the boyfriend trying to hack. He used a crude brute force technique to hack into her phone, and didn't find anything. The girlfriend found out, and pressed charges. Needless to say, he went to jail for invasion of privacy.
bwrussell2 years ago
It might be time to end the relationship. It won't last with one or both of you not trusting the other anyways. It will save you time, stress, etc.

There are 3 possibilities here:
1. He is hiding something but it's just something he's embarrassed about, like his mother texting him or something else inconsequential, like planning a surprise. In this case going behind his back would break his trust and an angry confrontation would make him understandably upset.
2. He's hiding something and it's bad, cheating, etc. In this case Kiteman already pointed out the problem with going behind his back. Your best bet is to move on and find someone else you can trust.
3. He's not hiding anything, you're either projecting or looking for reasons not to trust him. Looking at his phone or confronting him won't solve anything since you're the one with the issue.

In summery, look at the relationship objectively and decide if he really is the problem. If he is, confront him but don't be aggressive, you catch more flies with honey than vinegar (That is not actually true but it makes my point so I'm using it). If he won't come clean it's probably time to move on.
Kiteman2 years ago
What you are asking is illegal.

Ask yourself, though; if you "know" that he is lying about the texts, why do you need to read them?

Talk to him face-to-face, challenge him to show you his texts and call-logs if necessary, but, if you want to retain the moral high ground in any confrontation, do not sneak behind his back in any way.