Text message monitoring for iphone

 

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Text message monitoring for iphone


Are your children or employees abusing the privileges of texting and calling? Are you worried they are using the phone for disallowed or inappropriate activities?

Mobile Spy helps parents and employers monitor the smartphones and tablets that they own or have proper consent to monitor. They use it to learn about their child's or employee's call information, websites visited, text message activities, photos, GPS locations and more.

Mobile Spy is a hybrid software/service which allows you to monitor smartphone usage in real time. This unique system logs the activities of your iPhone, BlackBerry or Android OS smartphone.

"Our daughter stole our truck, bank cards, credit cards and the phone. The only way to find her was by tracking the SMS with your software. The police were able to catch her with the messages. We would not have caught her as fast as we did without Mobile Spy."
- Adam D

"I love this program it is working great and helping me monitor all the text messages from the monitored phone. I am trying to prevent pornography from getting to my child's phone."
- Mike

"That far exceeds what I would consider good product support! Thank you very much and you can count on my support and references on your other products, which by the way, are more stable and generally work better than those of your competitors."
- Robert

PageGate allows for network messaging or network wide SMS messaging through a combination of the following methords: email, webpage, commandline, textfile, Internet, serial port, modem, mobile phone, wireless modem, direct database access and windows client.

SMS or text messages can be sent to mobile phones, wireless devices, cell phones, pagers, billboards, etc....

PageGate can be installed to run on a single non-dedicated workstation, or using its modular architecture, PageGate can actually be installed across a dozen or more computers for a truly high-performance messaging gateway system.

HOW IT WORK! Get quick information about the installation steps and how to use the program to monitor a smartphone or tablet.

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The Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol ( HTCPCP ) is a facetious communications protocol for controlling, monitoring, and diagnosing coffee pots . It is specified in RFC 2324 , published on 1 April 1998 as an April Fools' Day RFC , [2] as part of an April Fools prank . [3] An extension, HTCPCP-TEA, was published as RFC 7168 on 1 April 2014 [4] to support brewing teas, which is also an April Fools' Day RFC.

RFC 2324 was written by Larry Masinter , who describes it as a satire, saying "This has a serious purpose – it identifies many of the ways in which HTTP has been extended inappropriately." [5] The wording of the protocol made it clear that it was not entirely serious; for example, it notes that "there is a strong, dark, rich requirement for a protocol designed espressoly [sic] for the brewing of coffee".

Despite the joking nature of its origins, or perhaps because of it, the protocol has remained as a minor presence online. The editor Emacs includes a fully functional client side implementation of it, [6] and a number of bug reports exist complaining about Mozilla ’s lack of support for the protocol. [7] Ten years after the publication of HTCPCP, the Web-Controlled Coffee Consortium ( WC3 ) published a first draft of "HTCPCP Vocabulary in RDF " [8] in parody of the World Wide Web Consortium 's (W3C) "HTTP Vocabulary in RDF". [9]