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If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/04/2009 09:19 PM
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If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
I think I have been befriended by someone who may have planted a surveillance device on my car (misguidedly, illegally and unwarranted)

Does anyone know where I should look for this thing and what it might look like? I don't see anything in the trunk, so far.

Thanks in advance, I've Googled and all that but don't seem to be able to find anything.
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05/04/2009 09:22 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
You got me, but about two weeks ago someone drove up into my driveway (I live in the boonies), parked next to my car for a minute, then backed out and drove away.

Maybe they bugged me?
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05/04/2009 09:24 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Exactly. my situation is a bit more complicated, but my car was parked in the boonies too, and i have good reason to believe this could have been done.
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05/04/2009 09:24 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Right up the tail pipe.
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05/04/2009 09:25 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Right up the tail pipe.
 Quoting: hawk-0


Are you kidding me?
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05/04/2009 09:25 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
How far up?
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05/04/2009 09:28 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
What are you referring to as a bug? Tracking device or listening device?
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05/04/2009 09:28 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
under the dash
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05/04/2009 09:28 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
you know what they're after,right
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05/04/2009 09:28 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
There is a way!
Turn on your FM radio.
I'm not sure exactly what frequency, but I think its around 106 FM.
Hear what it is broadcasting.
Then tune the dial all the way down to the 80's and check and listen if that first station is coming-in on any of the lower frequencies.
If it is, you could be bugged.
Also, if you hear feedback on the lower, (like 88.7 or so) frequencies.
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05/04/2009 09:29 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
How far up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 671619

Elbow deep.
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
There is a way!
Turn on your FM radio.
I'm not sure exactly what frequency, but I think its around 106 FM.
Hear what it is broadcasting.
Then tune the dial all the way down to the 80's and check and listen if that first station is coming-in on any of the lower frequencies.
If it is, you could be bugged.
Also, if you hear feedback on the lower, (like 88.7 or so) frequencies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 640562




AM frequencies are used as well

very short range
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05/04/2009 09:31 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
OMFG I don't know why I even come here.
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05/04/2009 09:32 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
There is a way!
Turn on your FM radio.
I'm not sure exactly what frequency, but I think its around 106 FM.
Hear what it is broadcasting.
Then tune the dial all the way down to the 80's and check and listen if that first station is coming-in on any of the lower frequencies.
If it is, you could be bugged.
Also, if you hear feedback on the lower, (like 88.7 or so) frequencies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 640562


That's a monumental fail!

You can use any frequency not in use to bug someone and the easiest ones to find are the ones just outside of the commonly used radio frequency spectrum.

Try using one that's at least 10 or 15 mhz outside the commonly used radio spectrum. That way someone with a radio won't be able to detect it!
Holy cow! It's the woowoo patrol!
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05/04/2009 09:35 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Right up the tail pipe.
 Quoting: hawk-0


That's how I first read it too. OP, is there any redness or swelling around the tailpipe?
Anonymous Coward
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05/04/2009 09:35 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
I read somewhere in one of my text books (and I can't ever find the passage when I want it) from Executive Security International when I went there years ago about how to build a homemade bug detector from parts you can get a radio shack. I'll see if I can find anything on the Internet for ya...
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05/04/2009 09:37 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
id be more worried if they had access to you cell-phone at any time.

Thats the best way to bug someone these days off the shelf,
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05/04/2009 09:38 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
I'm just guessing here but if I could hook the non cable television which only had an antenna to a colleco game box at 10 years old, and

I could hear my neighbors cordless phone conversations, or
flip the chennel and pick up my sisters conversation who was talking on the phone clear across the house from the tv being hooked like that. Can't someone just follow you anyway and listen to anything said in your car picking up the sounds cause your car has an antenna too? All they would need is a device that could tune into your antenna and your own car antenna would serve as a cnductor picking up all the sounds to the car... Guessing?

True?
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05/04/2009 09:42 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
id be more worried if they had access to you cell-phone at any time.

Thats the best way to bug someone these days off the shelf,
 Quoting: hogwash 670886


The person did ask if i had a cellphone :) and no, I do not.
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05/04/2009 09:42 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Bugged by who FBI CIA DEA??
If its NSA don't even try and find it because you wont.
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Right up the tail pipe.


That's how I first read it too. OP, is there any redness or swelling around the tailpipe?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 580422


ROFL
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05/04/2009 09:43 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Bugged by who FBI CIA DEA??
If its NSA don't even try and find it because you wont.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 667007


Nah, a private investigator who is getting beyond the call of duty
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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05/04/2009 09:45 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
you know what they're after,right
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 174926


there's nothing they COULD be after, except in their own imagination and being employed by someone with more money than common sense, that's all
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05/04/2009 09:46 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
I read somewhere in one of my text books (and I can't ever find the passage when I want it) from Executive Security International when I went there years ago about how to build a homemade bug detector from parts you can get a radio shack. I'll see if I can find anything on the Internet for ya...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 671733


That would be great - I've looked online and the ones on offer are way beyond my budget
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
I think I have been befriended by someone who may have planted a surveillance device on my car (misguidedly, illegally and unwarranted)

Does anyone know where I should look for this thing and what it might look like? I don't see anything in the trunk, so far.

Thanks in advance, I've Googled and all that but don't seem to be able to find anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 671619


Look behind the mirrors inside and out.
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05/04/2009 09:53 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
This website will sell you plans to make a homemade bug detector for $13:

[link to www.electronickits.com]
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05/04/2009 09:54 PM

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Counter-Surveillance

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This one below is a shop in Baker street in london. I've been in a couple of times to look around. Everytime I walk past there are always people inside buying cs equipment. This sort of thing is very common here. These companies make a fortune selling equipment to spies and then the people being spied on come in and give them money to cs what they sold the spy. In that respect i'd say we're all a bunch of crazy fuckers but then again what else can you do.
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
I'm just guessing here but if I could hook the non cable television which only had an antenna to a colleco game box at 10 years old, and

I could hear my neighbors cordless phone conversations, or
flip the channel and pick up my sisters conversation who was talking on the phone clear across the house from the tv being hooked like that. For example, one channel would be my sister's phone conversation and I would flip the channel and I could hear my neighbors. The visual wasn't shit. All you would get is sqiggly popcorn to the visual but I could hear every word as if I picked their telephone up.


Can't someone just follow you anyway and listen to anything said in your car by

picking up the sounds cause your car has an antenna too? All they would need is a device on them that could tune into your antenna and your own car antenna would serve as a cnductor picking up all the sounds to the car... Guessing?

True? And if someone wanted to follow you they could stick the device just about anywhere underneath the car. The visual is the easiest. All they would need is a camera and follow you around hiding taping you.
Question authority every time. Ask them how that makes them feel. Ask them why? Ask them when you have an opinion with your opinion and question them with that! There is no being with ALL THE answers accept for God. Even still question. But trust if it's all good and loving then follow with your full heart believing. For the light will always be the light. It makes me a believer.
Anonymous Hero
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05/04/2009 10:15 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
In a parking lot....

No seriously....

In a garage....

On the road....

Hmmmm where do cars go when they are bugged???

Roller derby....

Monster Truck Rally...

That's all I got....
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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05/04/2009 10:17 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
In a parking lot....

No seriously....

In a garage....

On the road....

Hmmmm where do cars go when they are bugged???

Roller derby....

Monster Truck Rally...

That's all I got....
 Quoting: Anonymous Hero 671882


Silly...
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05/04/2009 10:33 PM
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Re: If someone bugged my car, where should I look for it?
Yea it's called your fucking cell phone.

It can track you anywhere you go, even if it's powered off. you have to remove the battery to stop it.

Also since at least the 60's the spooks had the technology to cause you phone handset (land line I'm talking here) to be 'open' and in listening mode to pick up the conversations and ambient room noise without you ever knowing about it, this I know for a fact. Now while I do not 'know' they can do this on a cell phone, it seems infinitely more naive to think that once they could do that on old phone technology they wouldn't have figured out how to do it with your cell and or had that capability engineered into the damn things from the get go than to think they did not/can not.

Now lets take a theoretical case. Say you need some information on someones whereabouts and travel patterns / timing etc. You could either hire a PI or .. buy a prepaid phone for kids with a gps service for $5 a month extra that allowed you to ping the phone as often as you want. Charged the phone full tuck it up under their bumper gather 2 days of tracking details, remove the phone charge it again and repeat as often as necessary. cheap form of gps tracking a target for the average person.
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