Spyware Programs For The Saudi Arabia Women
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Traders are stuffing lately all social networks and forums with spyware ads for women. This means that real companies are specializing in the sale of spy programs exploit lately a new commercial niche in order to keep their businesses working. Saudi Arabia, with all the money in the world going around in those parts is no different. In a worldwide premier, the target audience for the marketing campaign is represented by women.
Officially, those who sell surveillance software claim that they are mainly used by parents to keep children under surveillance over the internet as most parents work all day long. Also these programs are used by employers, who can control what the employees in the network are plotting against the “capitalist pigs”. However, traders stuffed the women orientated forums and the respective dedicated socializing sites with all sort of these ads. The main subjects are married women in particular, which are technically attracted with explicit slogans like: “Supervise your husband‘s computer” or “Break your husband’s password in a few clicks!”.
Specialists in the matter claim that 90% of the sales of such companies that specialize in such programs are provided by women which is, to say least, interesting. Such a spy program created by a company in this niche costs 1,500 Saudi Riyal ( 230 euros ) and is sent directly to the email address of the client without any disclosure of any kind, accompanied by a secret code of activation and step by step installation instructions. Once configured, the spyware will send an email to the client daily with details of all the opened applications that the user accessed and copies of any incoming and outgoing mail from that computer including the date, time and identity of the “send to” field.
The legality of these spyware programs does not count, because there is no need for any special authorization by any organization and once respective company was approved in the software segment and received a permit for selling software the business is legal. However, those who sell such spyware, as well as those who buy them do not really rush to make it public and promote it as it is not socially ok to do such things.
Problems arise however from the religious point of view as many officials of the Islamic culture agree that such monitoring programs are incompatible with the Islamic law but this doesn’t quite apply in a society rules more and more by money and not Islam.