ARE YOU BUGGED? Part 2: Doing a Physical Search

If you suspect you are a victim of someone planting a bug in your home or business, the first step is to conduct a proper physical search. This requires getting down and inspecting every area someone may have placed an eaves-dropping device. Put on sweatpants, gym shoes and get a ladder, because you are going to be crawling around on the ground and getting up high to inspect the ceiling.

If a device is powered by 110V 0r 240V AC lines, you may be able to find it by following exposed electrical conduits and inspecting all outlets. If you have a drop-ceiling, be sure to get up above the tiles and thoroughly inspect all areas, especially any electrical sources. Inspect all electronic devices like lamps, clocks, radios and telephones, especially if there are any ‘NEW’ devices that have recently appeared or have been given to you as a gift. Don’t forget to inspect any ceiling fixtures; lights, fans and smoke detectors. Finally, check under and behind all furniture, picture frames and wall hangings.

To perform a complete search, consider purchasing a professional countermeasures debugging device. These devices have the ability to detect the presence of radio frequencies and hidden video cameras. Electronic countermeasures equipment can be purchased through the Discreet Devices Spy Shop: www.spysource.net.

If you want absolute peace-of-mind, Special Solutions will conduct a professional bug-sweep of your home or office, using the latest state-of-the-art debugging equipment. Our trained professionals have conducted countless searches for our clients and know exactly where to look. If you know you are being bugged, we will find it.

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