Electronic Surveillance And Wireless Network Hacking: Protecting Your Privacy in a Wired and Wi-Fi World

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Paladin Press, May 1, 2005 - Computer hackers - 192 pages
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The average person with little or no knowledge of electronics can use this manual to protect himself from unlawful spying. It is also the ultimate guide to Wi-Fi or wireless networking. You'll learn about the latest methods of electronic surveillance and countersurveillance - what the pros use, how to detect a wiretap and how to find a listening device. You'll also get an expert's advice on safe Internet use - everything from installing firewalls to foiling hackers; surfing without giving away your identity; and using data encryption, privacy applications and more.

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About the author (2005)

M.L. Shannon's lifelong interest in communications led him to work as a technician for a company that made surveillance and countermeasures gear as well as for a professional countermeasures company. He is well versed on privacy issues.

Steve Uhrig is founder and president of SWS Security, a multinational manufacturer of electronic surveillance and intelligence-gathering systems for government agencies.

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