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Countering Surveillance How Gadgets Can Help Spy-Proof Your Life

Thanks to the rate at which technology continues to advance, we’ve reached a point where spying on someone is easier than ever. Cameras these days come in all shapes and sizes and can easily be concealed inside normal, everyday objects or installed in a place where you would least suspect it. If you want to use counter-surveillance gadgets to spy-proof your life, you’re not being paranoid – you’re being safe in the admittedly dangerous digital world that we now live in.

Depending on exactly what you’re trying to protect against, there are a wide range of different devices that you can use to help do precisely that.

 

RF and Camera Detection

One of the most important things to remember when considering a gadget to help spy-proof your life comes down to how these types of devices work in the first place. Many spy and hidden cameras use RF signals to broadcast audio and video information at specific frequencies to receivers that can be hidden elsewhere. As a result, items like the Lawmate RD-10 RF and Camera Detector or the XB-68 RF  Detector and Camera Finder will become your best friends in your quest to protect yourself.

These are law enforcement-grade RF detectors that are perfect for finding audio bugs, hidden cameras and everything in between. They’re inherently portable, meaning that you can use them over and over again to help identify surveillance all throughout your life. If there is a hidden electronic device broadcasting an RF signal somewhere in a room, these little gadgets will tell you about it. Likewise, the “camera detector” functionality can help you locate even the most cleverly concealed hidden cameras, stopping would-be snoopers in their tracks.

 

Taking Things Up a Notch

Hidden cameras aren’t the only real-life spy gadgets you have to worry about, however. Think for a moment about the types of personal activities you engage in with your smartphone. Think about the potentially compromising text messages, photos and videos that you send and receive, and the phone calls that you make to friends and loved ones on a daily basis. Now think about how scary it would be if someone were watching ALL of this activity without your knowledge.

Devices like the VoiceKeeper FSM-U1 Cellphone Scrambler are designed to help with these issues and more. The FSM-U1, in particular, is a professional-grade cell phone scrambler that offers the highest-grade cell phone encryption available on the market today. Compatible with literally any cell phone, it is perfect for private, corporate and even government use. When a scrambler is installed on two phones, any call made between those two points is completely encrypted. While this won’t help you with 100% of your calls, if there is one person you’re particularly concerned about, this device can help protect anything you talk about for all time.

Along the same lines, the GSM Safe 3 Cellphone Protection System is another great way to stop phone spying or tampering in its proverbial tracks. It’s a small “safe” that you place your phone inside. It can instantly detect GSM, CDMA, WCDMA and even Bluetooth or Wi-Fi signals, letting you know if something is going on that you were previously unaware of. It also generates white noise when RF frequencies are detected, making sure that anyone who may be monitoring what you’re up to won’t get even a second of useful information. Many other devices like this are available for you to purchase right now.

 

These are just a few of the great counter-surveillance gadgets that can help you spy-proof your life in the most effective way possible. Remember that as it gets easier to spy on someone as time goes on, it becomes more likely that you could become the victim of surveillance yourself. As a result, a proactive approach is always needed to help keep your personal information safe and away from prying eyes.

 

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