Do You Actually Need a Hidden Camera?

First, and most important, question you need to ask is “How am I going to use this?” Could it be for use as a “Nanny Cam” to ensure that your kids have been taken care of correctly? Are you attempting to prevent employee theft? Are you currently experiencing recurrent vandalism? A concealed camera should just be used to document suspected illegal or harmful action if there’s not any other means to capture the offender.

A huge problem with wifi hidden cameras is that too frequently they’re used for less than moral factors. Only recently a news story came across my desk on a landlord of an apartment building which had wired four of his apartments using concealed cameras. He put them in the baths and bedrooms of their renters. Happily the cameras had been accidentally discovered along with the landlord has been arrested and is in prison. I am certain that isn’t an isolated case.

1 approach to be sure that you aren’t a victim of a wifi hidden cameras or microphone is to buy and utilize a signal sensor. They’re more commonly called “Bug Detectors”. We’ve got all seen these being used on TV and at the movies.

You only flip the hand held unit on and walk throughout the space or “sweep” the space. The signal sensor picks up the signal transmitted from the hidden camera or microphone and enables you find its exact location. While searching for a hidden camera or microphone, look anywhere. Bugs come in many sizes and shapes and may be bigger than a cent. Should you locate a hidden camera or microphone, do not touch it. Call the police immediately and allow them to handle it.