FlexiSpy, a company he founded and ran, sells potent mobile and PC malware to anyone to intercept phone calls, remotely switch on device microphones, or track a victim's GPS location, and has marketed its products to jealous or paranoid lovers. Internal company data, stolen by a hacker and provided to Motherboard , provides new insight into FlexiSpy, its founder, and the sprawling, predatory consumer spyware market at large.
The company grew from its customer base of vindictive spouses, and ended up connecting with firms which sold malware to some of the world's most oppressive regimes. FlexiSpy came from humble beginnings.
From , one of Raihan's companies, Vervata, offered fairly standard mobile app development and consultancy for individuals and technology firms, according to dozens of company invoices. In one case, Vervata was tasked with making a messaging program that would allow a user to communicate with Yahoo, Google, and MSN chat simultaneously, and in , Vervata was to develop a barcode scanning app for a customer, according to invoices and contracts. But the start of the company's mobile malware offering creeped through. One of Vervata's early invoices for monitoring software. Image: Joseph Cox.
Other pieces of software for BlackBerry and Windows devices quickly followed, before moving onto the newly launched iPhone. Although on paper Vervata is separate from FlexiSpy the two are largely the same entity.
From the very start, FlexiSpy marketed its products to jealous or paranoid lovers who may want to spy on their partners. Over the years, FlexiSpy added the ability to send fake text messages, steal application passwords, snap a picture using a phone's camera, track which web pages the user viewed, and spy on Facebook, iMessage, and WhatsApp chats. The company even introduced monitoring tools for Tinder.
Raihan tried to launch other companies with a different focus—Digital Endpoint was geared toward monitoring employees —because the company's growth was relatively stagnant as competitors entered the market, the former employee said.
But the promise of ordinary people being able to monitor their spouses has remained constant. The company may have paid for search engine optimization with phrases like "how to catch a cheating spouse," and "how to know if your husband is cheating," according to internal spreadsheets and invoices. By , over 9, people had subscribed to FlexiSpy's mailing list to receive updates on new products.
A picture of Atir stolen by the hacker and provided to Motherboard. The site used to have a section at the bottom called "Learn More", filled with links to FlexiSpy. And Raihan seems to have been very keen on expanding his malware business specifically into the Russian market.
One document compares FlexiSpy's product to others available in the country; several invoices suggest FlexiSpy paid a Russian man commission fees for directing sales to the company; and a spreadsheet lays out an extensive list of potential Russian customers, including private detective agencies. One financial application form asks Raihan, "In which countries will your product be sold? The former employee described year-old Raihan as a sort of absentee landlord, spending weeks in the Philippines for likely non-work related trips.
When Rahian would eventually return to the company offices in Thailand, he was allegedly erratic, undoing work completed by others. Raihan also allegedly monitored the former employees' communications, providing a company laptop ostensibly pre-installed with snooping tools. Regardless, FlexiSpy has had some decent success, judging by company financial records and Raihan's lifestyle.
Unsurprisingly, the company is apparently keen to hold on to as much of that cash as possible. A presentation audaciously named "offshore" shows how finances from FlexiSpy, registered in the Seychelles with Mossack Fonseca, the firm behind the Panama Papers, could be distributed.
FlexiSpy's malware is not limited to one company, however. Instead, the firm offers a reseller program, allowing others to sell FlexiSpy's products entirely as their own. In some cases, FlexiSpy may also handle the server-side infrastructure for these resellers, as well as some parts of customer support. Spy Phone Symbian Device version 3.
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