Techniques in Detecting Spy Gadgets – Guidelines in Locating Surveillance Devices

by Klaus on March 18, 2011

in Guest Posts, Guides/How-To, Security

The most popular misconception concerning detecting surveillance devices is the fact that you require some sort of enchanting bug detection gadget to do the job for you personally. Actually, the best technique for finding discreetly concealed spy gadgets would be to perform a up close investigation of absolutely anything in the prospective room

Spy Gadgets Detection tips:

Check for any unusual arrangement of your accessories within the area.
Upon entering your own space, suddenly you’ve felt the feeling of unfamiliarity to the position of your personal things. This is actually a sign that maybe someone had just wire tapped or installed a spy gadget in your room or house. You should pay attention from the major details up to the smallest detail of your house. This is the best counter measure that can assure you of a spy-free life.

Be aware of any interference on any TVs, radios, phones or wireless network. Possibly this could indicate a nearby electronic gadget.
While watching on your TV, then suddenly, an unusual signal problem just show up, don’t take it as a normal circumstance. Maybe, this is a sign of a wired tap or installed bug device in your house. Verify the cables of your personal computer, TVs, video systems, networks, etc for tinkering or tampering. Lend some of your time in checking the cables of your electronic devices. There’s a high possibility of wire tampering, it’s better to be cautious than late.

Pay attention to unexplainable holes or spots on objects in the room, such as books, cases, files, electronic items, instruments, alarm systems, soft home furniture, etc.
Are you bothered by some inexplicable holes in some parts of your house? Do you feel that someone is watching at you? These are few of the obvious evidences that someone must have installed some spy cams in your personal space for the sake of invading your privacy.

When it comes to flooring surfaces, ceilings, wall space and fixtures, tend to be any panels lose or have been meddled with?
Do a monthly or even a weekly home check up to locate those loose parts of your house. If ever you’ve been a victim of privacy invasion before, pay more attention to the sections of your house that have already been tampered. Those are the parts that are greatly prone from another possible plan of spying on you.

“Make use of your sound judgment. If something appears to be wrong, unusual or unnatural, further investigation is a must.”

Guest article written by: Jay Dawber, is an ordinary guy who is a father of two and a good husband to his wife. But besides of being a good dad, he wants to prove his suspicions that his wife is cheating on him. He seen all the signs but can’t do anything to catch her in action. He tried everything but always ends up failing. And after some frustrations and dull moment, he discovered a very easy method to find out if his wife is cheating in the form of a spy phone software. And he wants to share it to every man, having this scenario in the present.


{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Doug from Vancouver Washington Computer Repair March 19, 2011 at 07:51

Wow I haven’t heard to many people getting spyed on this way, I wonder if devices like these are being wirelessly transmitted. Scary.

Ken March 20, 2011 at 04:45

Hi Jay,
This is some very good information. They can put spy cameras in just about anything these days. I’ve seen hats, pens, clocks and even stuffed teddy bears with hidden spy cameras in them so people need to also take note if they see an unfamiliar pen lying around the house or a clock that they haven’t seen before or a hat. I didn’t know about the cell phone spy ware stuff until I read your bio box. That’s some scary stuff.

Ron March 21, 2011 at 01:35

Most importantly, trust your natural human instinct, if you feel something is wrong, then something not good is really going on.

darcy March 21, 2011 at 15:47

This technology area has changed pretty fast, it’s become something out of James Bond movies now. I still wouldn’t rely on just human eye though if you suspect something then you might want to consider Gadget detector.

Dom March 21, 2011 at 21:10

Good tips. I am not one who pays really close attention around my house. I think I will have to keep an eye out for a few of the things you mention.

Dhawal D March 23, 2011 at 19:54

very helpful when you are at your girlfriends 😉
One a serious note, Are there any devices you know that may help you detect SPY Gadget!

James Moralde March 25, 2011 at 09:57

I guess there are gadgets that detect the presence of these spy gadgets. CIA folks supposedly ‘debug’ a room before doing anything else.

Neil November 9, 2011 at 22:07

This is useful information if you are traveling on business. Some countries have much softer spying laws and it is not uncommon to be bugged in a variety of situations.

Bob Burgess October 27, 2020 at 09:51

Thanks For Sharing This Very informative and helpful article.

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Gerhard Fischer November 23, 2020 at 05:01

In one word, we can say that before using we have to check every item/material. When in mind we have confusion about something, it’s better to justify it very sharply.

Elly Camron March 4, 2021 at 05:17

Thanks for sharing


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