Is My Cell Phone Bugged?: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Your Mobile Conversations Private

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Emerald Book Company, 2011 - Computers - 158 pages
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Fight back. Regain your privacy and prevent future invasions with tips from a professional counterespionage consultant.

In an age when nearly everyone relies on wireless phone service, text messages, and email, tapping and electronic surveillance has become a common problem that demands personal protection.

In Is My Cell Phone Bugged?, eavesdropping detection specialist Kevin D. Murray draws from experience and detailed research to show you how to take control of your information security by using spybusting technology to your own advantage. In simple, clear-cut language, he explains the basics of counterespionage, including how to
- Shop for a secure cordless device and avoid pre-bugged cell phones
- Identify nineteen warning signs that a cell phone is spyware infected
- Find the best apps to prevent tapping and information leaks
- Protect oneself using a "Spyware Prevention Checklist"
- Catch the spy when a phone is already under surveillance

Whether you're new to spybusting or a security expert, this comprehensive guide offers an array of information that will help you regain the privacy of your information and communications.

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About the author (2011)

Kevin D. Murray is an independent, professional security consultant. He has been solving electronic eavesdropping, security, and counterespionage matters since 1973 while with Pinkerton's Inc., and from 1978 to present at his consulting firm. Murray Associates provides advanced eavesdropping detection and counterespionage consulting services to business, government, and high-profile individuals. He has provided technical advice to HBO, George Clooney, Steven Soderbergh, the Discovery Channel, ABC News' 20/20, FOX News, CNN, CBS News, Joe Finder, NBC's Dateline, James Cameron, and others.

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