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  1. jobster Yung Blood
    how to detect wired cctv camera? and avoid
  2. you just gotta go get one of dem crystals that DISABLES ALL ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES

    don't you know anything about science UGH
  3. *pon pon way way way*
  4. aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    I'm actually getting into countersurveillance

    I don't think you're a real person though
  5. apt Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by aldra I'm actually getting into countersurveillance

    #MeToo

    I don't actually know enough yet to do a proper writeup but I think this will become very important in the next few years as facial recognition is set to become ubiquitous
  6. NARCassist gollums fat coach
    its already important



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  8. benny vader YELLOW GHOST
    Originally posted by aldra I'm actually getting into countersurveillance

    I don't think you're a real person though

    it all comes down to budget.

    to successfully counter surveillance, you must spend more money countering it than they spend on surveying you.
  9. benny vader YELLOW GHOST
    Originally posted by apt #MeToo

    I don't actually know enough yet to do a proper writeup but I think this will become very important in the next few years as facial recognition is set to become ubiquitous

    it already is.

    whats worse is the fact that assholes keep buying iphones and various other android phones that use face recog and help big brother improve the technology.

    in soviet russia, everyone around you was a potential spy spying on you. today, anyone with a smartphone around you is definite a spy spying on you with their front and back cameras.

    wittingly or otherwise.

    do you notice camera count on phones is on the rise ???
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  10. really though facial recognition might come about but it obviously won't be flawless. it'll be open to all sort of exploitation for a while i'd imagine. it's going to really suck for the next generation tho.
  11. NARCassist gollums fat coach
    i wonder how long it is till they got tech that records everywhere on the whole planet and enables them to go to and watch any place on the earth in full 3d virtual reality and watch any moment in time since the technology was launched.



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  12. EllariaSand African Astronaut
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  13. Ghost Black Hole
    Originally posted by NARCassist i wonder how long it is till they got tech that records everywhere on the whole planet and enables them to go to and watch any place on the earth in full 3d virtual reality and watch any moment in time since the technology was launched.



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    Smartphones and social media feed?
  14. EllariaSand African Astronaut
  15. infinityshock Black Hole (banned)
    Originally posted by We'reAllBrownNosers Wired or wireless, it'll likely be leaking RFI so it's likely you can detect it and mess with it using a software defined radio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_g9yUiAHiFo

    Once you've found it, you can actually transmit data through the wire with a powerful enough radio frequency transmitter. Just transmit a bunch of mumbo jumbo bits on the frequency it would normally be expecting. May work, may not. Have not tried it, but in theory at least, it can work. It definitely works on a lot of other stuff such as speakers, which don't even need to have power for this to work, because the radio frequency induces voltage in the wire. Now otherwise, an electric field detector can work. Actually a synthetic aperture radar can likely detect them, even through walls. You can detect something as small as a push pin if the radar is finely tuned well enough.

    it will work. im familiar with a 'technique' that was experimented with in the 90s that involved directional radio interference (i dont remember the frequency) that cause a camera to 'see' intermittent static. by intermittent i mean there was a picture but it was distorted with static depending on how focused the 'beam' was on the actual camera.

    the bummer with it is:

    - its about as easy to detect by various RF detection tools as a 50MT thermo-nuke mushroom cloud
    - it needs about as much power as a mid-sized residential neighborhood.
    - its about as portable and easy to carry around as Bill Krozbys mother after she raided the taco bell.
  16. We'reAllBrownNosers African Astronaut
    Originally posted by infinityshock it will work. im familiar with a 'technique' that was experimented with in the 90s that involved directional radio interference (i dont remember the frequency) that cause a camera to 'see' intermittent static. by intermittent i mean there was a picture but it was distorted with static depending on how focused the 'beam' was on the actual camera.

    the bummer with it is:

    - its about as easy to detect by various RF detection tools as a 50MT thermo-nuke mushroom cloud
    - it needs about as much power as a mid-sized residential neighborhood.
    - its about as portable and easy to carry around as Bill Krozbys mother after she raided the taco bell.

    Maser technology recently got cheaper, nitrogen vacancy centers... Not as easy to detect, but like you said, the power level needs to be sufficient, and currently they aren't economical and powerful at the same time. Although the nitrogen vacancy center masers aren't too difficult to create from scratch. The diamonds can be synthetic. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synthetic_diamond#Chemical_vapor_deposition

    Anyway, chances of them detecting your camera jammer in time are low, depending on the security of the place you're messing with. If you could find a sweet spot, that is, no more power than required, it'll be harder to detect the jammer. You would have to be quick with this in case anyone is monitoring for this type of thing, other than the FCC. No idea about how much power is needed, but at the frequencies these cameras are normally using, it may not be all that noticeable. Someone here should test it. I may get around to it eventually. A powerful and easy to put together maser would be the ultimate for jamming I think. It probably wouldn't matter too much what frequency you're transmitting with since the goal is to disrupt the signals/voltage going back and forth through the wire. Higher frequency won't travel as far, so may be better and harder to detect. Just keep it close enough and directed at the camera or wires.

    I suppose it would be fairly easy to test this illegally. Van eck the camera, see what they're seeing on the monitor, then transmit the jamming signal to see if it disrupts the image enough.

    A couple raspberry pis and RTL SDRs set up in proximity to the cameras, along with the jammer/transmitters.
  17. Grimace African Astronaut [my enumerable hindi guideword]
    Stare directly into the cameras to intimidate them and make them look away from you.
  18. esbity African Astronaut
    Shine laser into them.
  19. stl1 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by NARCassist i wonder how long it is till they got tech that records everywhere on the whole planet and enables them to go to and watch any place on the earth in full 3d virtual reality and watch any moment in time since the technology was launched.



    I can't wait for the first pictures of Sasquatch, the Loch Ness monster and aliens from outer space!!!
  20. OP, this is foolproof:

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