Boeing Makes a Spy Phone

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Information about Boeing’s super top-secret ‘Black’ phone has been gathered from the company’s not so secret FCC filings concerning it.

Information about Boeing’s super top-secret ‘Black’ phone has been gathered from the company’s not so secret FCC filings concerning it.

The document creates a fascinating picture of what the spy-phone will be able to do once it’s available on the market.

Not the market as in Best Buy, this phone will instead be privately available to government agencies and contractors engaged in defense and homeland security concerns.

Even then, before discussing the device with them, Boeing is requiring they sign a non-disclosure agreement.

The phone itself is, as rumored, designed to self-destruct at the slightest sign of being compromised.

The moment it detects that it’s being tampered with, both its software and all of the data it’s holding are wiped.

As that clearly means that it could never be repaired, Boeing isn’t going to bother providing spare parts.

If anybody thinks they’re awesome enough to crack one open without the phone knowing, they should think again.

It’s sealed with an epoxy and pieced together using screws that have heads able to sense wrongdoing.

Once it does, the phone is rendered inoperable.

It remains unknown if the pricing will be made available beyond top-level-security clearance only.

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