InterApp can allow its operators to break into nearby smartphones that have their WiFi connection open, and then, employing a diverse arsenal of security vulnerabilities, gain root permission on devices and exfiltrate information to a tactical server.

According to Rayzone, InterApp can steal a user’s email address password and content, passwords for social networking apps, Dropbox passwords and files, the user’s phone contact list, and his photo gallery.

Additionally, the gadget can also acquire the phone’s previous geographical locations and plot them on a map, IMEI details, MSISDN data, MAC address, device model, OS info, and personal information on the target, such as gender, age, address, education, and more.

Source: InterApp: The Gadget That Can Spy on Any Smartphone