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Creepy text message, form no number. Is it possible to spoof texts now?
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02-11-2019 08:14 AM

 



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I know you can spoof numbers, but I am not aware that you can spoof texts.

All it says is "message3974108" and where the number would be is blank.
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Яudis
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02-11-2019 08:37 AM

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RE: Creepy text message, form no number. Is it possible to spoof texts now?
Yes its Been around for a while now.
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silversides staff
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02-11-2019 08:46 AM

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RE: Creepy text message, form no number. Is it possible to spoof texts now?
I think Magic Jack can do it...

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CupidStunt
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02-11-2019 01:06 PM

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RE: Creepy text message, form no number. Is it possible to spoof texts now?
Yup! I’ve gotten a number of spoofed texts through the years containing a link to buy something. Probably a Nigerian prince. chuckle
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