Untraceable SmartPhone (UTP) to protect against active and semi-active monitoring.
Untraceable SmartPhone is a smartphone-based device that connects only to high-quality cellular base stations. The device uses a state-of-the-art algorithm to analyze connection attempts in real-time and avoids connecting to base stations that offer low-quality service.
This ensures a better cellular experience and reduces the risk of connecting to suspicious base stations that could eavesdrop on user communications.
Prevents connections to base stations offering low-quality service while maintaining uninterrupted cellular connectivity
Supports latest cellular technologies: 2G / 3G / 4G / 5G-NSA / 5G-SA
Dual SIM support
Prevents leaking private identifiers, such as IMSI and IMEI, to low-quality service base stations
Available on the latest Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup
Efficient implementation that has minimal impact on battery life
How it works
Untraceable SmartPhone intelligently avoids base stations providing degraded Quality of Service (QoS). The reasons for avoiding a base station include:
Poor network characteristics, such as high latency, jitter, packet loss.
Base stations with configuration parameters significantly deviating from the ones deployed by the network provider (for example, virtual BTS or privately installed BTS).
Rogue BTS, such as IMSI catchers.
Our UTP with 100% probability find any active interceptor, as well as an IMSI catcher. Regardless of its value and the manufacturer.
Upon detecting a connection attempt to a base station offering degraded QoS, Untraceable SmartPhone promptly detects and blocks the attempt before any exchange of network identifiers, such as IMSI or IMEI, takes place. This ensures avoiding connections to base stations providing low-quality service while maintaining the security of user identifier data.
Untraceable SmartPhone relies on specific hardware and is exclusively designed for the following device models:
Samsung S23 Ultra