JP2005277764A - Mobile phone terminal, and remote control method and program - Google Patents

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JP2005277764A
JP2005277764A JP2004087730A JP2004087730A JP2005277764A JP 2005277764 A JP2005277764 A JP 2005277764A JP 2004087730 A JP2004087730 A JP 2004087730A JP 2004087730 A JP2004087730 A JP 2004087730A JP 2005277764 A JP2005277764 A JP 2005277764A
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Provided is a mobile phone terminal device that can be easily operated from a remote location with respect to the functions of the mobile phone terminal device.
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In the control unit 12 of the mobile phone terminal device 10, an OS 13 having a remote connection function from the outside operates. Examples of the OS include LINUX. The terminal device 20 remotely accesses the mobile phone terminal device 10 and performs an operation by using a high-functional shell operating under the OS 13 in the mobile phone terminal device 10. A program for transmitting user data stored in the user data storage unit 14 to the server device 30 in advance in the mobile phone terminal device 10, a program for deleting user data from the mobile phone terminal device 10, and an operation lock unit 15, programs for operating the GPS unit 16 and the camera unit 17, and the like are prepared, and the operation of each unit is simply executed by simply starting these programs from the terminal device 20.
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  The present invention relates to a mobile phone terminal device, a remote operation method, and a program.

  With the widespread use of mobile phones, mobile phone terminals can receive a wide variety of services. Along with this, personal information stored in mobile phone terminals (for example, phone books, credit card information, employee ID information, train information, etc.) is on the rise, and if the mobile phone terminal is lost or stolen The dangers of getting in are getting very high. In such a case, a technique is known in which personal information is backed up to another device, and information browsing or terminal operation is locked.

  For example, in Patent Document 1, it is possible to reliably execute outgoing call control of a stolen or lost portable communication device without requesting a response from an unauthorized owner or requesting an exchange office to refuse outgoing calls. A portable communication device that can execute browsing prevention without requiring a response from an unauthorized owner is disclosed. Patent Document 2 discloses a backup that can easily back up personal registration information stored in a mobile communication terminal even when the mobile communication terminal is lost or stolen without impairing the daily usability of the mobile communication terminal. A service providing method is disclosed.

  Further, in Patent Document 3, the operation of the operation lock and the information recording medium lock is permitted, and the authentication means is strengthened to prevent misuse by a third party when lost or stolen. A mobile communication terminal for preventing mischief of performing remote operation lock and information recording medium lock by a third party other than the above is disclosed. Furthermore, in Patent Document 4, even after a mobile communication terminal is lost, the mobile communication that enables the use of the mobile communication terminal to be restricted and the browsing of information stored in the mobile communication terminal can be disabled. A terminal is disclosed.

  On the other hand, many functions have been installed in recent mobile phone terminals. For example, some terminals have a GPS (global positioning system) function for capturing position information and a camera function. The GPS function is useful for determining where on the map a user with a mobile phone terminal is currently located. The camera function can also send a photographed image by e-mail or the like.

JP 2003-32354 A (FIG. 3) JP 2002-51377 A (FIG. 1) Japanese Patent Laying-Open No. 2003-70064 (FIG. 3) JP 2003-319453 A (FIG. 5)

  Conventionally, when a mobile phone terminal is lost or stolen, a technique for backing up personal information and locking the browsing of information and the operation of the terminal is known. However, it is difficult to grasp the situation of the mobile phone terminal after being lost or stolen. That is, it is difficult to know remotely what state the mobile phone terminal is currently in.

  An object of the present invention is to provide a mobile phone terminal device, a remote operation method thereof, and a program that can easily and remotely operate the functions of the mobile phone terminal device.

  In order to achieve the above object, according to the first aspect, the mobile phone terminal device of the present invention includes a transmission / reception unit that performs data communication with the outside, and a remote access request from the external terminal device that is received by the transmission / reception unit. On the other hand, it is determined whether or not the terminal device has an access right. If there is an access right, the peripheral device is activated by the control unit that activates the peripheral unit in response to the activation request from the terminal device. A peripheral portion.

  In the present invention, the peripheral unit preferably includes a function of storing user data in the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, passes the user data to the control unit according to the content of the activation request. The control unit may transmit the user data to at least one of a predetermined external device or terminal device via the transmission / reception unit.

  In the present invention, it is preferable that the peripheral unit includes a function of storing user data in the mobile phone terminal device. When the peripheral unit is activated by the control unit, the user data is erased according to the content of the activation request. May be.

  Furthermore, in the present invention, preferably, the peripheral unit includes a function that disables the operation by the input unit of the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, according to the content of the activation request, the input unit The operation by may be impossible.

  In the present invention, it is preferable that the peripheral unit includes a function of acquiring location position information by GPS of the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, depending on the content of the activation request, the location information May be acquired and passed to the control unit, and the control unit may transmit the location information to the terminal device via the transmission / reception unit.

  Further, in the present invention, preferably, the peripheral unit includes a function of capturing an external image in the mobile phone terminal device to acquire image information, and when activated by the control unit, depending on the content of the activation request The image information may be acquired and passed to the control unit, and the control unit may transmit the image information to the terminal device via the transmission / reception unit.

  According to the second aspect, the remote operation method of the present invention is a method in which the mobile phone terminal device is operated remotely. The method includes receiving a remote access request from an external terminal device, and determining whether the terminal device has an access right. If there is an access right, it includes a step of connecting to the terminal device, a step of receiving an activation request from the terminal device, and a step of performing a predetermined process according to the content of the activation request.

  Further, according to the third aspect, the program of the present invention is a process for receiving a remote access request from an external terminal device in a computer constituting the mobile phone terminal device and whether the terminal device has an access right. And a process for determining whether or not. When there is an access right, processing for connecting to the terminal device, processing for receiving an activation request from the terminal device, and predetermined processing according to the content of the activation request are executed.

  According to the present invention, by installing an OS that enables remote access to a mobile phone terminal device, the functions of the mobile phone terminal can be remotely operated. Therefore, if the mobile phone terminal device is lost or stolen, the personal information is backed up, the personal information is erased, the browsing of information and the operation of the terminal are locked, and after the loss or theft The status of the mobile phone terminal device can be easily known from a remote location.

  FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of a communication system according to an embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 1, the communication system includes a mobile phone terminal device 10, a terminal device 20, a network 22, a radio base station device 24, and a server device 30 including a storage unit 35. The network 22 includes a network such as the Internet, and connects the mobile phone terminal device 10, the terminal device 20, the wireless base station device 24, and the server device 30 to each other. Further, the mobile phone terminal device 10 is connected to the radio base station device 24 via a radio line 26.

  The mobile phone terminal device 10 includes a transmission / reception unit 11, a control unit 12, an OS (operating system) 13, a user data storage unit 14, an operation lock unit 15, a GPS unit 16, a camera unit 17, and an input unit 18. The transmission / reception unit 11 transmits / receives a signal for performing voice communication and data communication via the wireless base station device 24 and the wireless line 26. The control unit 12 incorporates a processor that operates on the OS 13 and executes operation control of each unit of the mobile phone terminal device 10. The OS 13 has a function corresponding to a remote connection request from the outside.

  The user data storage unit 14 stores user data such as personal information in the mobile phone terminal device 10. The operation lock unit 15 locks the operation performed by the input unit 18 or the like in the mobile phone terminal device 10 so that the user cannot make a call or view user data. The GPS unit 16 receives a service of the global positioning system, and acquires the three-dimensional position information of the mobile phone terminal device 10 by measuring the distance from a predetermined artificial satellite. Further, the camera unit 17 takes external light into a CCD or the like via a lens attached to the mobile phone terminal device 10 and photoelectrically converts it to obtain an external image.

  The mobile phone terminal device 10 is configured as described above, and the remote access request from the external terminal device 20 is received by the transmission / reception unit 11, and the control unit 12 decodes the received content and carries it to the terminal device 20. It is determined whether or not there is an access right to the telephone terminal device 10. If the control unit 12 determines that there is an access right, the control unit 12 is connected to the terminal device 20 and receives an activation request from the terminal device 20. Further, the peripheral parts such as the user data storage unit 14, the operation lock unit 15, the GPS unit 16, and the camera unit 17 are activated in accordance with the contents of the activation request.

  When the user data storage unit 14 is activated by the control unit 12 and the content of the activation request is backup, the user data stored in the user data storage unit 14 is passed to the control unit 12, and the control unit 12 receives the user data. The data is transmitted to at least one of the server device 30 or the terminal device 20 via the transmission / reception unit 11. By storing the transmitted user data in the server device 30 or the terminal device 20, the user data can be backed up.

  When the user data storage unit 14 is activated by the control unit 12 and the content of the activation request is erasure of user data, the user data storage unit 14 erases user data.

  Further, when the operation lock unit 15 is activated by the control unit 12 and the content of the activation request is an operation lock, the operation lock unit 15 disables the operation of the mobile phone terminal device 10 by the input unit 18. Note that the operation lock unit 15 may be realized as a function of the control unit 12.

  Further, when the GPS unit 16 is activated by the control unit 12, the GPS unit 16 acquires location information of the mobile phone terminal device 10 according to the content of the activation request, passes it to the control unit 12, and performs control. The unit 12 transmits the location information to the terminal device 20 via the transmission / reception unit 11.

  Further, when the camera unit 17 is activated by the control unit 12, the camera unit 17 captures an external image and passes it to the control unit 12 according to the content of the activation request, and the control unit 12 displays the image information. The data is transmitted to the terminal device 20 via the transmission / reception unit 11.

  The communication system is configured as described above, and the mobile phone terminal device 10 is a mobile phone terminal device for backup of user data, deletion of user data, operation lock of the terminal device, grasping the position of the terminal device, imaging with a camera, etc. Can be remotely operated from the terminal device 20.

  Next, examples of the present invention will be described in more detail. In FIG. 1, an OS 13 having an external remote connection function operates in the control unit 12 of the mobile phone terminal device 10. Examples of the OS include LINUX. The terminal device 20 remotely accesses the mobile phone terminal device 10 and performs an operation by using a high-functional shell operating under the OS 13 in the mobile phone terminal device 10. A program for transmitting user data stored in the user data storage unit 14 to the server device 30 in advance in the mobile phone terminal device 10, a program for deleting user data from the mobile phone terminal device 10, and an operation lock unit 15, a program for operating the GPS unit 16 and the camera unit 17, and the like are prepared, and the operation of each unit can be easily executed simply by starting these programs from the terminal device 20.

  Since the cellular phone terminal device 10 has a process of uploading user data to the server device 30, the cellular phone terminal device 10 is preferably a terminal capable of high-speed Internet by wireless LAN (WLAN). In addition, since it is assumed that the mobile phone terminal device 10 is in an environment that can be connected to the Internet, the wireless line 26 also provides a conventional mobile phone Internet connection method in addition to the Internet connection by WLAN. To do.

  The mobile phone terminal 10 is a means for accessing the Internet 22 via a wireless LAN in addition to means for connecting to the network 22 such as the Internet via the server of the communication carrier (function similar to a normal mobile phone terminal device). May be provided. Further, the mobile phone terminal device 10 has a function of encrypting user data inside the mobile phone terminal device 10 using a protocol such as SSH (secure shell) and transmitting the encrypted data to the server device 30 or the terminal device 20 and a function of deleting user data inside the mobile device. Yes. The mobile phone terminal device 10 is operated by a high-function OS having a function of allowing remote login from an external terminal device 20 using SSH or the like. The mobile phone terminal device 10 is operated by a remote login daemon. When a remote access request is received from the terminal device 20, the mobile phone terminal device 10 checks whether the terminal device is permitted for remote access, and access is permitted. In the case of a terminal device, a predetermined port is opened and the terminal device 20 is connected.

  In addition, WLAN is a place where a service that can connect to the Internet as a hot spot is provided at a station or a street corner, and a WLAN access point is installed, enabling high-speed Internet wirelessly.

  The server device 30 functions as a backup server and has a function of receiving user data transmitted from the mobile phone terminal device 10 and a function of decrypting the received encrypted data, and the storage unit 35 stores user data. save.

  The terminal device 20 is a terminal that is connected to a network 22 such as the Internet and is permitted to log in remotely to the mobile phone terminal device 10. After the remote connection, commands provided by a high-functional shell in the mobile phone terminal device 10 can be used by input from the console or the like in the terminal device 20.

  Next, a communication sequence for backing up user data and deleting user data of the mobile phone terminal device 10 will be described. FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a communication sequence of the mobile phone terminal according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

  The mobile phone terminal device 10 is connected to the network 22 so as to be remotely connected from the terminal device 20 and is in a standby state. When the mobile phone terminal device 10 exists in the hot spot, the mobile phone terminal device 10 is connected to the network 22 using the WLAN function, and in other cases, the mobile phone terminal device 10 is connected to the network 22 by a normal method. The reason why the WLAN is given priority is that data can be transmitted to the server device 30 at a higher speed. While connected to the network 22, the mobile phone terminal device 10 waits for a remote connection request from the terminal device 20 (step S11). Further, the server device 30 waits for access from the mobile phone terminal device 10 while being connected to the network 22 (step S12).

  The terminal device 20 attempts remote connection using SSH or the like to a fixed IP (internet protocol) address attached to the mobile phone terminal device 10 (step S13). The mobile phone terminal device 10 that has received the request for remote connection from the terminal device 20 checks the access right of the terminal device 20 (step S14), and if the access right exists, establishes a session with the terminal device 20 (step S14). S15). At this point, the mobile phone terminal device 10 can be operated remotely from the terminal device 20. In FIG. 2, it is assumed that the terminal device 20 has an account for accessing the mobile phone terminal device 10. The mobile phone terminal device 10 having a session with the terminal device 20 prohibits remote access from other than the currently connected terminal in order to restrict access to the user data (step S16).

  From the terminal device 20, a backup work program prepared in advance in the mobile phone terminal device 10 is started (step S17). The backup program (1) accesses the server device 30 (step S18), establishes a session, (2) compresses user data transmitted to the server device 30 (step S20), and (3) compresses the compressed file to the server device. 4 is executed (step S21), and (4) the connection with the server device 30 is disconnected (step S24). Needless to say, compression of user data is not always necessary.

  On the other hand, the server device 30 in the connection request waiting state (step S12) from the mobile phone terminal device 10 establishes a session with the mobile phone terminal device 10 in step S19 and stores the compressed file transmitted from the mobile phone terminal device 10. The data is stored in the unit 35 (step S22). When the storage is completed, the server device 30 notifies the mobile phone terminal device 10 (step S23), and the mobile phone terminal device 10 closes the session with the server device 30 (step S24). After confirming the end of the operation of the backup program of the mobile phone terminal device 10 at the terminal device 20, subsequently, the user data deletion program is started in order to delete the user data in the mobile phone terminal device 10 (step). S25). The deletion program is executed by calling an OS deletion command, and deletes user data stored in the writable user data storage unit 14 (step S26). When the terminal device 20 confirms the end of the deletion processing program operation, the session with the mobile phone terminal device 10 is closed (step S27), and the series of operations ends.

  The mobile phone terminal device 10 operates as described above, and executes user data backup and user data deletion.

  In the above description, the method for driving the backup function from the terminal device 20 has been described. However, the mobile phone terminal device 10 has a mechanism for automatically compressing user data periodically and transmitting it to the server device 30. May be. The user sets the frequency of automatic backup in advance (once a month, once a week, etc.) in the mobile phone terminal device 10, and the mobile phone terminal device 10 automatically sets the backup program according to the set frequency. It is made to operate, and the latest user data information at that time is transmitted to the server device 30. By doing in this way, even if the location where the mobile phone terminal device 10 is lost is out of range and remote access to the mobile phone terminal device 10 from the terminal device 20 is not possible, it is not necessarily the latest user data. New user data can be backed up to the server device 30 to some extent.

  Next, a communication sequence for the operation lock of the mobile phone terminal device 10 will be described. FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a communication sequence of the mobile phone terminal according to the second embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 3, steps S31, S32, S33, S34, S35, S38, and S39 are the same as steps S11, S13, S14, S15, S16, S27, and S24 in FIG.

  An operation lock program prepared in advance in the mobile phone terminal device 10 is activated from the terminal device 20 (step S36). In step S <b> 37, the operation lock program operates the operation lock unit 15 to disable the operation of the mobile phone terminal device 10 by the input unit 18. When the mobile phone terminal device 10 is locked, unauthorized use by a third party or browsing of user data can be prohibited when the mobile phone terminal device 10 is lost.

  Next, a communication sequence for obtaining position information of the mobile phone terminal device 10 will be described. FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a communication sequence of the mobile phone terminal according to the third embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 4, steps S41, S42, S43, S44, S45, S49, and S50 are the same as steps S11, S13, S14, S15, S16, S27, and S24 in FIG.

  A position detection program prepared in advance in the mobile phone terminal device 10 is activated from the terminal device 20 (step S46). The position detection program operates the GPS unit 16 to acquire the position information of the mobile phone terminal device 10 (step S47), and sends the position information to the terminal device 20 (step S48). The terminal device 20 can display the sent position information together with a map or the like (step S51) and specify the location of the mobile phone terminal device 10 to some extent. In addition, it is possible to automatically notify a specified terminal, for example, the terminal device 20, of the self-location by e-mail at a certain frequency.

  Next, a communication sequence for acquiring image information by the camera of the mobile phone terminal device 10 will be described. FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a communication sequence of the mobile phone terminal according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 4, steps S61, S62, S63, S64, S65, S69, and S70 are the same as steps S11, S13, S14, S15, S16, S27, and S24 in FIG.

  A program for acquiring image information prepared in advance in the mobile phone terminal device 10 is activated from the terminal device 20 (step S66). The image information acquisition program operates the camera unit 17 to image the outside from the mobile phone terminal device 10, acquires the captured image information (step S67), and sends the image information to the terminal device 20 (step S68). . The terminal device 20 can grasp the external situation of the mobile phone terminal device 10 to some extent by displaying the sent image information (step S71). It is also possible to automatically send image information by e-mail to a designated terminal, for example, the terminal device 20 at a certain frequency.

  As described in the above embodiment, the mobile phone terminal device 10 is equipped with the high-function OS 13 to enable remote login from the external terminal device 20, and by using a predetermined program, the terminal device 20 can be used. The functions of the mobile phone terminal device 10 can be easily operated from a remote location by reducing the number of commands input from the terminal as much as possible.

  Note that the communication sequence of the embodiment described above may be executed alone or in combination. When the mobile phone terminal device 10 is lost or stolen, user data remaining in the mobile phone terminal device 10 is deleted after the user data is backed up by executing the communication sequence of the first embodiment. The communication sequence of Example 2 is executed to lock the operation of the mobile phone terminal device 10, and then the communication sequence of Example 3 and Example 4 is executed to acquire the location information of the mobile phone terminal device 10. can do. In this way, by operating the mobile phone terminal device 10 remotely by combining sequences, user data backup, user data deletion, operation lock of the terminal device, estimation of the location of the terminal device, etc. are made. A great sense of security can be given to the owner who has lost or stolen the device.

It is a block diagram which shows the structure of the communication system which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is a figure showing the communication sequence of the mobile telephone terminal device which concerns on 1st Example of this invention. It is a figure showing the communication sequence of the mobile telephone terminal device which concerns on 2nd Example of this invention. It is a figure showing the communication sequence of the mobile telephone terminal device which concerns on 3rd Example of this invention. It is a figure showing the communication sequence of the mobile telephone terminal device which concerns on the 4th Example of this invention.

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10 Mobile phone terminal device 11 Transmission / reception unit 12 Control unit 13 OS
14 User data storage unit 15 Operation lock unit 16 GPS unit 17 Camera unit 18 Input unit 20 Terminal device 22 Network 24 Wireless base station device 26 Wireless line 30 Server device 35 Storage unit

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  1. A transmission / reception unit for data communication with the outside;
    In response to a remote access request from an external terminal device received by the transmission / reception unit, it is determined whether or not the terminal device has an access right. If there is an access right, a response to an activation request from the terminal device is made. A control unit for starting the peripheral part,
    The peripheral unit activated by the control unit;
    A mobile phone terminal device comprising:
  2.   The peripheral unit includes a function of storing user data in the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, according to the content of the activation request, passes the user data to the control unit, The mobile phone terminal device according to claim 1, wherein the control unit is configured to transmit the user data to at least one of a predetermined external device and the terminal device via a transmission / reception unit.
  3.   The peripheral unit includes a function of storing user data in the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, the peripheral unit erases the user data according to the content of the activation request. The mobile phone terminal device according to claim 1.
  4.   The peripheral portion includes a function that disables the operation by the input unit of the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, the operation by the input unit is disabled according to the content of the activation request. The mobile phone terminal device according to claim 1, wherein the mobile phone terminal device is enabled.
  5.   The peripheral unit includes a function of acquiring location information by GPS of the mobile phone terminal device, and when activated by the control unit, acquires the location information according to the content of the activation request. 2. The mobile phone terminal device according to claim 1, wherein the mobile phone terminal device is configured to transmit to the control unit, and the control unit is configured to transmit the location information to the terminal device via a transmission / reception unit.
  6.   The peripheral unit includes a function of acquiring an image information by capturing an external image in the mobile phone terminal device. When the peripheral unit is activated by the control unit, the image information is displayed according to the content of the activation request. The mobile phone terminal device according to claim 1, wherein the mobile phone terminal device is configured to acquire and pass to the control unit, and the control unit is configured to transmit the image information to the terminal device via a transmission / reception unit.
  7.   The mobile telephone terminal device according to claim 1, wherein the control unit includes an OS that processes a remote access request from the terminal device.
  8. A method in which a mobile phone terminal device is operated remotely,
    Receiving a remote access request from an external terminal device;
    Determining whether the terminal device has access rights;
    If there is the access right, connecting to the terminal device;
    Receiving an activation request from the terminal device;
    Performing predetermined processing according to the content of the activation request;
    A remote operation method comprising:
  9.   When the content of the activation request is a backup of user data stored in the mobile phone terminal device, the predetermined process transmits the user data to at least one of a predetermined external device and the terminal device. 9. The remote operation method according to claim 8, further comprising:
  10.   9. The predetermined process includes a process of erasing the user data when the content of the activation request is erasure of user data stored in the mobile phone terminal device. The remote control method described.
  11.   When the content of the activation request is a lock of an input operation of the mobile phone terminal device, the predetermined process includes a process of making an input operation in the mobile phone terminal device impossible. Item 9. The remote operation method according to Item 8.
  12.   When the content of the activation request is acquisition of location information of the mobile phone terminal device, the predetermined process acquires the location location information by a GPS unit provided in the mobile phone terminal device, 9. The remote operation method according to claim 8, further comprising a process of transmitting the acquired location information to the terminal device.
  13.   When the content of the activation request is acquisition of image information in the mobile phone terminal device, the predetermined processing is performed by capturing an external image by a camera unit provided in the mobile phone terminal device and image information. The remote operation method according to claim 8, further comprising: processing for acquiring the image information and transmitting the acquired image information to the terminal device.
  14. In a computer constituting a mobile phone terminal device,
    A process of receiving a remote access request from an external terminal device;
    A process of determining whether the terminal device has an access right;
    When there is the access right, processing to connect to the terminal device;
    Processing for receiving an activation request from the terminal device;
    Predetermined processing according to the content of the activation request;
    A program that executes
  15. The program according to claim 14, wherein
    When the content of the activation request is a backup of user data stored in the mobile phone terminal device, a process of transmitting the user data to at least one of a predetermined external device and the terminal device,
    A program to be executed by the computer.
  16. The program according to claim 14, wherein
    When the content of the activation request is erasure of user data stored in the mobile phone terminal device, a process of erasing the user data,
    A program to be executed by the computer.
  17. The program according to claim 14, wherein
    When the content of the activation request is the lock of the input operation of the mobile phone terminal device, the process of making the input operation in the mobile phone terminal device impossible,
    A program to be executed by the computer.
  18. The program according to claim 14, wherein
    When the content of the activation request is acquisition of location information of the mobile phone terminal device, a process of acquiring the location information by a GPS unit;
    A process of transmitting the acquired location information to the terminal device,
    A program to be executed by the computer.
  19. The program according to claim 14, wherein
    When the content of the activation request is acquisition of image information in the mobile phone terminal device, processing for capturing image information by capturing an external image with the camera unit;
    A process of transmitting the acquired image information to the terminal device,
    A program to be executed by the computer.
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