MVT is a forensic tool to look for signs of infection in smartphone devices (by mvt-project)

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Posts where mvt has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-07-23.
  • Random group chat of phone numbers similar to mine with random text | 2021-08-01
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    Here's the tool for it, if you wanna check it out.
  • GitHub - mvt-project/mvt: MVT is a forensic tool to look for signs of infection in smartphone devices
  • [Question] Any guide/way to know if your phone is affected by Pegasus? | 2021-07-28
    Yep, there is. Amnesty International (the ones who wrote this article) released a tool called MVT (Mobile Verification Tool) available on Github. From what I understand, you'll need to backup your phone and then analyze that said backup, but I have yet to test it.
  • Is NetGuard app any help with pegasus infiltration...?
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    It does, this article just doesn't mention it. Here's the github.
  • Mobile Verification Toolkit
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    The link to check if you've been infected (couldn't find it in your comment)
  • Did pegaz number list get leaked? And if so , where to find it?
    Why do you want the list? You want to check your phone if it's infected or not? You can use this tool to look for traces.
  • Using VPN and popular tips that will not save your phone from Pegasus-like hacking READ ! IMPORTANT | 2021-07-23
    The tool, which can be found on GitHub, contains several commands and a series of steps to follow in order to find out if Pegasus has targeted your phone, be it iOS or Android. In this link you can find and download the mobile phone verification toolkit. It is necessary to know the underlying code to run the tests; However, MVT provides options for both operating systems and what it does is run a vulnerability check on your device which will produce indicators to see if you have any indication that the device has been hacked by Pegasus.
  • Come verificare se uno smartphone android è stato hackerato?
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    It refers to Amnesty's MVT:


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