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Disguises for Spy Bugs

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When you are using spy bugs, it is important that they are
properly disguised. It is a good idea to make sure that they
look like ordinary items that aren’t normally associated with
spying. These items can be nearly anything, and the greatest
thing about disguised spy bugs is that they often fulfill their
“normal” functions in addition to helping you gather information
or evidence.

The use of spy bugs is very helpful because most of the
information you get as a result of using them is information
that someone would not normally just tell you. The whole point
of using covert listening devices is to be able to listen in
when the subject’s guard is down, and when she or he might
reveal something of use to you. When you are serious about
making sure that you are not being kept in the dark, it is time
to use disguised listening devices.

Spy bugs come in many guises. They can be in the form of pens or
other similar objects. Pens are portable, so your subject may
take them along, allowing you to listen in on a variety of
settings. Other small and ordinary seeming objects that can be
used as bugs include reading glasses, buttons, and makeup
compacts. You can leave them laying around to pick up what is
going on in a room, or you can actually slip them into a
backpack, purse, or briefcase.

Another disguise that works well as far as spy bugs are
concerned is the cell phone. You can have a cell phone that does
not work, but looks innocent enough, sitting in a drawer or
“charging.” Or you can have a phone that allows you to pick up
on subject’s conversations if they are within 50 yards of you.
The best cell phone spy bugs actually work like real cell phones
and allow you to listen in on what is going on in the room, or
even connect you to a conversation between different parties, as
long as one of the parties has the cell phone bug.

No matter how you disguise them, however, anyone interested in
surveillance needs to be well-versed in how to use various spy

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  • Posted On April 19, 2006
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