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How do i read these emails

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  1. Shivon1118

    Shivon1118 Thread Starter

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    Hi. I have no idea how to read or break this. Please help!!

    < content removed by moderator> because it can be easily decrypted / decoded to reveal what is probably personal and private information
     
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    Can anyone tell me what this is and how to read it??
     
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    Who did you receive this email from? It could just be someone spamming random characters trying to get your goat.
     
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    It's from a security app. It sends to my email when the phone is used. It's my daughter phone.
     
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    All the codes are different. Trying to figure out if I can and put them somewhere and Break them or something
     
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    Quite some security app that sends you useless information.

    Are you suppose to know how to decrypt this message?
     
  7. Shivon1118

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    That's the issue. It doesn't tell me how. Im lost
     
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    What 'security app' sends encrypted messages without allowing you to read them?
     
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    It's called mobipast
     
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    It's pretty awful
     
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    Yes, she's had some shady online dealings and text messages. She's 12 so definitely need to figure this out
     
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    You are probably right.
     
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    Spying on someone isn't going to solve anything. Especially when said person finds out that they are being spied on.

    If you confront them about something they did on their phone, they will know you have been spying on them. After this they will look into other methods to evade the software, and no longer use their phone for such things.

    I do not recommend using any 'Spying' software. Not only do I think it's morally wrong, but it could be used maliciously by the company.
     
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    dvk01 Moderator Malware Specialist

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    That is base64 encoded
    when decoded that creates a zip file with encrypted content that needs a special program to open & read it
    If you read the full instructions on the mobipast web site, it clearly tells you to install a program to read the messages on your mobile device

    Now that is as far as I am going to allow this discussion to continue.
    We have a policy on this forum of not helping with keyloggers, monitoring software, spying software etc. Except for help and assistance with removing them when the user hasn't knowingly installed them and they haven't been installed by an authorised employer

    Topic closed
     
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