iPhone Spy Gadget Tracks Your Every Move by Exploiting Location Tracking

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[prMac.com] Pleasant Grove, Utah - Paraben Corporation, a leader in the digital forensics industry, announces the release of tracking history for its iPhone consumer forensic tool the iRecovery Stick. This new feature takes advantage of the iPhone's location tracking data that is saved on every iPhone below firmware 4.3.3. The iRecovery Stick downloads these tracking points from your iPhone and displays them in Google Earth as well as gives you the details in a spreadsheet. The iRecovery Stick also recovers deleted text messages, deleted contacts, and deleted notes as well as other user data such as images and call logs.

"This data has been available to professionals in the field of forensics for years," said Amber Schroader, CEO of Paraben Corporation. "We've now given that ability to concerned parents, employers, and private investigators in an affordable, easy-to-use tool to get the same information."

The iRecovery Stick is based on Paraben's cell phone forensic software and can recover deleted text messages and more from iPhones and iPads as well as the tracking history. Consumers have had a need to recover data from iPhones since their release. Although there are many methods for doing this, the iRecovery Stick was designed with beginner computer users in mind.

Pricing and Availability:
The iRecovery Stick is $169.00 (USD) and available from the Paraben website.

Paraben Corporation specializes in computer forensic software for law enforcement, corporate enterprises, and consumers. Established in 1999, Paraben became a leader in the digital forensics industry with the first commercially available tools for cell phone forensics and have expanded their product line to include hard drive and enterprise forensics solutions. Paraben is a leading innovator in the field with software, training, and consulting services. Copyright (C) 2011 Paraben Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.