Monthly Archives: October 2013

Revenge of the 40-Year-Old : three out of four has an extramarital affair

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Betrayal is a passion, even an habit very common at all ages. In a particular way, an extramarital dating site has conducted a research on the subject. The result is that women over 40 years are uninhibited in front of the betrayal and talk quietly among their intimate relationships. Despite the habits, people still have a lot of shame to talk about their intimate life (not that of others), especially for the fairer sex, but this survey indicates a change of address for women between 40 and 49.

63% of the ladies interviewed admits to feeling more secure and much more uninhibited after passing the threshold of forty. Some say that the age of 40 usually mark the end of many insecurities. Today, the first pregnancy is in older age, it maybe something has changed further.

For the 49%, the biggest fear is that their partners don’t accept the change, the desire of new experiences. Attitude certainly not condemnable. In fact in many cases it’s necessary the most reliable tool to discover a betrayal: the Endoacustica Europe spy software. Often, from some “strange” attitudes  by the partner, it’s possible to discover an extramarital affair kept well hidden. More than half, have extramarital encounters to experience new and funny realities.  The most serious data is the dissatisfaction. 67% of women say they aren’t gratified in their marriage. Three out of four women has a lover. In short, a large percentage. Better equip themselves in advance!

Rachel: history of cyberbullying

cyberbullyRachel’s mother had tried to take off her cell phone. She had also closed her Facebook profile and had changed her school. She understood that there was something wrong. But she had no idea that her daughter, a girl of 12 years old, had become the target of a group of cyberbullies. She couldn’t imagine that every day on her pc arrived terrible messages; the kindest was “You must die”.

So when Rachel decided to don’t go out more from the house and don’t open her mouth, her parents didn’t know what to do. Surfing the web and reading the comments of other parents about similar stories, they realized that it could be cyberbullying. They searched for a solution. They found it, answering to the technology with technology. They contacted Endoacustica Europe, leader company in security and surveillance field, and they bought small tools that, connected to the pc, have allowed them to discover everything that was happening, passwords, typed text, chat…What Rachel’s parents were found blackmail, harassment, photos stolen and then made ​​public, insults and hatespeech, anonymous message that no one can trace.

These phenomena to date have concerned mostly United States and UK. But it also happens in every part in the world. A few days ago a group of boys in Bologna (Italy) used the social network Ask.fm to organize a mega fight. Through the same social, Hannah, a teenager from Leicestershire, received hundreds of messages every day in which she was invited to commit suicide. Hannah hanged herself in the bathroom, while the parents were down in the living room. She was a member of Ask.fm because she wanted to be popular. Then she said no to a boy and the trolls, the provocateurs of the network, became crazies. “Why do not you drink bleach so you die?”. They wrote. And for Hannah they weren’t just words.

The buttons for the reporting of abuses introduced by Ask.fm and by Twitter, after the controversy in the newspapers,  aren’t useful . And also are useless petitions, such as the one carried out by the father of Hannah who asked the Ask.fm closure. If you close it, tomorrow is born another. And you can not even pretend to delegate the safety of adolescents with policies of enrollment. So parents have just a road. Be careful. Check what happens when the kids are using the PC or smartphone and other devices. There are tools to enhance the safety of their children and they are also very reliable.

One in three people spying on partner’s emails

spiarepcpartnerFailure log-out, weak passwords, but above all small monitoring tools. This is what facilitates the control of e-mail of the partner. According to a Google search, carried out on a sample of 2,000 people, one in three people have peeked at least once in the e-mail of the partner. Mail, documents and informations are often under the magnifying glass of partners suspicious.

The lack of password security is one of the “help” to get access to the partner’s cyber world. It appears that 10% of users choose the name of his dog or cat for password, while 8% use the word “password”. 6% of people leave the password pinned on a post-it next to the PC, 13% claim to be entered in an account of others, guessing the password, taking advantage of the failure to log out from a session or with monitoring tools. Among these, a third (33%) entered into the partner’s, mostly men, and almost one-fifth that of ex (17%), mainly women. One in ten has, however, tried to guess the password of a work colleague.

11% say that they use a significant date as password, such as wedding anniversary, while 11% use the date of birth of a close relative. 62% change the password only when it becomes necessary, only 24% do it regularly, while 16% say they always use the same password.

Generally, women are more inclined to share their password with partners. More than half of respondents write their passwords somewhere: a diary, a file on the PC, the phone, a post-it.

If all this doesn’t happen, no fear. The partners more smart bought small devices such as key hunters and key records that, in discreet manner, allow you to monitor everything that is typed on the PC keyboard, including passwords and email.

Often who decide to control the partner, already has a strong motivation to do it: suspicion of betrayal or some unclear affair. So it becomes strictly necessary to check out some doubt and uncertainties, better do it with reliable tools.