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ENCRYGMA Secure Phone: How Can We Hack your Smartphone easily with IMSI Catchers

Personal Anti Espionage Communication Systems for

CEOs, VIPs, Celebs & Business Oligarchs.

The "Encrygma"

€ 18,000

SuperEncrypted Phone

The Most Advanced Quantum Encrypted Communication System in the World.

Disruptive Offline Communication Tech

(No Internet or Cellular Connection)

Without any Servers involvement

Based on the Secret Tech "White Fog"

No data ever registered on the device or elsewhere.

Immune to:


Cyber Espionage

Remote Hacking

Spyware Infection

Malware Infection

Forensic Data Extraction

Ransomware attacks

Electronic Surveillance

You have two options , either you can buy the “Encrygma “ SuperEncrypted Phone , full details :, at € 18,000 Euros per device or create your own encryption device by installing our SuperEncryption systems on regular Android and Windows devices at € 5000 Euros per license.

DigitalBank Vault advantages Vs. SKY ECC, BlackBerry, Phantom Secure, Encrochat

and other 'secure communication devices'

1. One-lifetime fee of € 5000 Euro.

No annual subscription fees.

2. Encryption Keys generated by the user only.

Encryption Keys never stored in the device used or anywhere else.

Encryption Keys never exchanged with the communicating parties.

3. No SIM Card needed.

4. Unlimited text messaging, audio and video messaging,

audio calls, file transfers, file storage.

5. "Air-Gapped" Offline Encryption System not connected to the Internet.

6. No Servers involved at any given time, completely autonomous system.

No third parties involved.

7. No registration of any kind - 100% anonymous without username/password.

No online Platform or Interfaces.

8. Unique, Personal, Dedicated Set of

Encryption Algorithms for each individual client.

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9. Air Gap Defense Technology:

The Only Offline Communication System in the World.

10. Working cross-platform on Android Smartphones ( No SIM Cards Needed)

and Windows PC ( for office work)

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Telegram: @timothyweiss WhatsApp: +37257347873 You can buy any Android device and Windows laptops and transform them into a powerful encryption device by installing our set of software. The process is simple , you buy your own phones and laptops devices , choose your most trusted company ( we always advise Samsung phones and Asus laptops , then you buy from us the DigitalBank Vault SuperEncryption System and install it on the devices you bought. If you need the encryption system just for storing and transferring classified files and data, you may need just one license ( it will work for four on both Windows and Androids). If you need to communicate between two people, you will of course need to buy two licenses. If your network of people you need to communicate with is larger , you will have to buy more licenses of course. Each client is receiving a dedicated set of encrypted algorithms that means that each company (client) has a different encryption system, therefore creating a closed private internal network. Each license costs € 5000 Euros. No recurring payments are required. It’s a one-time fee. No monthly payments. Remember that our mission is to help companies achieve total, absolute secrecy over their sensitive data storage, critical file transfers and securing their confidential communications. Feel free to contact us. For more in depth information we can have a voice call or video meeting. Our SuperEncryption systems are needed in case you really need the highest level of secrecy. Our technology is above Governments level , it’s the highest level of anti interception/ anti espionage tech available to the private sector. We sell only and exclusively to reputable companies and individuals that pass our due diligence and KYC procedures. Try for 30 days ( free of charge) the DigitalBank Vault SuperEncryption System. Transform any Android device or Windows Laptop into an Unbreakable Encryption Machine

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IMSI Catchers act like false cell towers that trick the victim’s device to connect to them. The communications (calls, text messages, Internet traffic, and more) are intercepted, then relayed to the target cell tower of the network carrier. To make matters worse, the victim is mostly unaware of what is happening. This type of hack is also known as a man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack. How does this contraption work? This cybercriminal activity is made possible due to a loophole in the GSM protocol. Mobile phones are constantly looking for the tower with the strongest signal to provide the best reception, which is usually the nearest one. It might, however, not be a genuine mobile provider tower.

When a device connects to a cell tower, it authenticates to it via its International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI). IMSI is a unique identifier linked to your SIM card and is one of the pieces of data used to authenticate your device to the mobile network. The issue, however, is that the tower doesn’t have to authenticate back. This is why the IMSI Catcher is so effective. It simply pretends to be a cell tower near your phone, then seamlessly connects to it, and starts to harvest information. IMSI Catchers: Blazing Comets in the Cybercrime Space The simplistic nature of this mechanism is helping cybercriminals carry out their malicious acts with alarming ease. All they need is a laptop, some cheap hardware that is available on the net, and a few commands to initiate the hacking process in just a few minutes. It’s that simple. 3 Types of Cyber-Attacks by IMSI Catchers

Communication Interception – This is the most basic form of hacking performed today. The attackers simply “catch” the device’s International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) in a classic case of digital identity theft. The next step is spoofing authentication, where the Stingray “convinces” the genuine mobile network that it’s actually the targeted mobile phone for all communication purposes. This is done by the IMSI Catcher sending a Location Update Request to a legitimate cell tower and identifying itself with the stolen IMSI. Dealing with smartphone encryption security mechanisms is also not a big challenge due to the victim’s phone “helping” with the requests.

Location Tracking – Often overlooked by security service providers, location tracking is becoming more and more common as it requires no cooperation from cell providers. For law enforcement authorities to track suspects or criminals they (usually) require a warrant and the cooperation of mobile service providers. IMSI Catchers can now be used to check for the presence of a victim or perpetrator in a specific area or even figure out their exact location without the need for operator cooperation.

Denial of Service (DoS) – Cell network denial of service is executed by connecting the device to the fake cell tower. Once the device is on the fake tower, it’s not connected to the real network, and the device is denied connectivity. Only if the attacker chooses, then the device is connected to the network through the attacker’s system (aka Man-in-the-Middle).

The Emergence of IMSI Catcher Detection Solutions The cybersecurity market has grown at an exponential rate over the last decade. Yes, there are consumer solutions on offer to fight IMSI Catchers. However, as per recent WIRED research, the available consumer-level tools were found to be partially effective at best when it came to detecting malicious activity involving snooping. The reasons are quite clear. The basic GSM architecture is full of security loopholes that are tough to seal up completely. To a skilled hacker, smartphones are “dumb” devices that can work as per their wishes once they have been compromised.






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