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

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  • Posted June 2, 2011

    The new "bible on the subject of cellphone privacy"

    "Is my cellphone bugged?" To answer that, a lot depends on who you are, how much money you have and how you live your life. To assure absolute cell phone privacy would require a lot of expense. This could entail the discipline and inconvenience of quality degrading voice encryption devices or the hassle of frequent changing of phone instruments and numbers using talk and toss phones (prepaid phones).

    A forensic analysis of your cellphone in a laboratory for spyware would cost several hundred dollars more than your phone and you'd lose the use of your phone for several days. Then there's the question of whether could you trust the people who you had contracted to do the testing.

    Corporate counterespionage consultant and electronic eavesdropping detection specialist, Kevin Murray, worked over a year to exhaustively deal with the subject of cellphone privacy and bugging. Included with the purchase is a nifty little device called a "SpyWarn Mobile" which allows you to perform basic self-testing. Also included is access to a private readers-only page at his homeage. Here he has placed a multitude of links which compliment the information in the book. A special stopwatch is also located there which is used in conjunction with the SpyWarn Mobile device during the spyware test.

    If you have any privacy concerns you can't afford not to own this book which I can only describe as the "bible on the subject". The knowledge contained herein is "priceless."

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  • Posted June 1, 2011

    Is My Cell Phone Bugged?

    We get this question all the time. In fact, in the past year we've seen three Blackberry's that were compromised with spyware.

    Murray's book is excellent. And for a few dollars (the cost of the book) he makes it easy for you to check your own cell phone. You can literally save hundreds of dollars by buying the book "Is My Cell Phone Bugged?"

    Another question we get is, "How do I know who has tapped my cell phone?" Kevin Murray has devised clever tests where you can tell who has compromised your cell phone.

    Skipp Porteous
    President, Sherlock Investigagtions, Inc.

    TSCM specialist

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  • Posted June 1, 2011

    A Must Have BEFORE You Get Your Next Cell Phone

    Another great tool to have in an arsenal to protect yourself from falling victim to privacy invasion or identity theft. This book fills a major information gap in today's connected world. Whereas lots of non-fiction guides help us protect the information stored on our personal computers, there has been little information offered in the way of protecting the same info on our phones - until now! Kevin D. Murray provides the basics using easy-to-grasp concepts and real-life examples that anybody can identify with. Anybody who feels their privacy may not be as secure as they'd like will find this book extremely valuable.

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  • Posted May 15, 2011

    Buy this book! If you want to learn the truth about cellular spying...,

    Kevin Murray's "Is My Cell Phone Bugged" book is a refreshing, honest behind the scenes look at the technology used to spy on cellular phones and smart phones. Kevin explains the technology in a no nonsense tone and separates fact from fiction regarding the varied technologies used to spy on your private conversations, while also providing the countermeasures used to thwart those threats. Required reading for the professional and layman alike. J.D. LeaSure, CEO, ComSec LLC

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  • Posted May 15, 2011

    Buy this book! If you want to learn the truth about cellular spying...,

    Kevin Murray's "Is My Cell Phone Bugged" book is a refreshing, honest behind the scenes look at the technology used to spy on cellular phones and smart phones. Kevin explains the technology in a no nonsense tone and separates fact from fiction regarding the varied technologies used to spy on your private conversations, while also providing the countermeasures used to thwart those threats. Required reading for the professional and layman alike. J.D. LeaSure, CEO, ComSec LLC

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