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    Category: PC and Computer Monitoring

    How To Find Hidden Surveillance Equipment

    Marianne   January 29, 2024

    The thought of being monitored or recorded without consent has become a concern for many over recent years. Hidden surveillance equipment like spy cameras, listening devices, and tracking devices can be planted in homes, offices, or even carried unknowingly while on-the-go. This blog aims to guide you through identifying such devices and why Spy Equipment […]

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    Beware Ransomware: Our Guide To Computer Monitoring Software

    Thomas Devile   March 8, 2022

    In recent news about computer monitoring software, KP Snacks announced that they were the victim of a Ransomware hack. In a letter sent out to retailers, the company announced that it “cannot safely process orders or dispatch goods”. KP Snacks is just the latest target of hackers using ransomware and computer monitoring software. As we […]

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    Spy Pixels In Emails Are Now Pervasive

    Thomas Devile   July 20, 2021

    A collaboration between the BBC and a relatively new messaging service, Hey, has revealed that spy pixels, or tracking pixels, are pervasive in emails. Many email senders and receivers are unaware of the pixels, which are in many ways an invasion of privacy. As a provider of computer monitoring tools to help protect people online, […]

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    The New & Improved Voice Logger Computer Software

    Grace Jalowiecka   October 1, 2018

    After a long two-year wait, Spy Equipment UK are excited to relaunch the new and vastly improved Voice Logger Computer Software. The Voice Logger is a multifaceted piece of tech that functions as a voice recorder but also allows you to monitor computer activity at the same time. Adrian Mudd, Owner of Spy Equipment UK, […]

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    Phone and Computer Cheating: Which Equipment Is Best

    Adrian Mudd   June 18, 2018

    Some consider conspiring to cheat as bad as cheating. It is a direct absence of honesty and devotion. We agree, too; especially so when this conspiring to cheat involves sordid acts such as sending nude photographs and other acts of that variety. It happens much, much more often than it did in previous times and […]

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    Additional Data Security With The Data Shredder!

    Adrian Mudd   January 27, 2017

    SEUK has designed and manufactured a brand new tool for your data security requirements. The nifty Data Shredder Software, which comes on a USB stick, can be used as an additional security measure to delete documents, images, files and folders.

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    Introducing the new Global PC Spy!

    Adrian Mudd   December 5, 2016

    Spy Equipment UK is excited to announce the launch of a super new product – the Global PC Spy! This fantastic piece of computer monitoring software is totally undetectable and can be used to remotely view and hear ‘live’, as well as historical activity on the computer.

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    Top Passwords Of 2015 – It’s Time For A Change!

    Adrian Mudd   September 30, 2016

    Data hacking was a serious point of contention in 2015 – and what a productive year is was for online data thieves! 37 million Ashley Madison users had their information leaked to the public, and 15 million T-mobile customers had their security breached.

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    Is My Child Being Bullied Online? Cyberbullying Infographic

    Adrian Mudd   March 10, 2016

    Bullying is no longer limited to the school playground, cyberbullying on the internet is a serious problem and as many as 7 in 10 young people are affected. This common form of harassment is a serious matter and should never be ignored. If you are asking yourself; is my child is being bullied online, then […]

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    Guide To Protecting Yourself From Online Catfishes

    Adrian Mudd   June 5, 2015

    Just incase you aren’t aware, in the words of the Urban Dictionary, a Catfish is “someone who pretends to be someone they’re not using Facebook or other social media to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances.”. Sometimes harmful but potentially dangerous, Catfishing is no doubt happening to someone you know as you’re […]

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    Are You Internet Security Savvy?

    Adrian Mudd   November 19, 2014

    These days, it may seem as though everyone is either the victim or the perpetrator of a cyberattack. A growing number of people are becoming more technically skilled than ever before, and unfortunately some do take advantage of the tools at their disposal to impinge upon the privacy of others online. Some of us are […]

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    How to Stop Bullying with Monitoring Devices

    Adrian Mudd   July 29, 2014

    Being bullied is an experience that negates the victim’s quality of life in a serious way. Feeling scared to go into school or work, spending all day miserable and all evening dreading the next day is something no-one should have to go through. Unfortunately with developments in mobile technology and social media, many victims are […]

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    Keeping Your Child Safe Online WITHOUT Spying

    Adrian Mudd   September 27, 2013

    We are all aware of how dangerous the world wide web can be for our children and as a parent you want to do all you can to protect your child from the potential dangers. The internet is a great source for educating your child but there are hidden dangers. With the introduction of social […]

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    Nothing to Hide? That Won’t Stop Hackers

    Adrian Mudd   August 19, 2013

    Thanks to the advancements in the digital world, it is now almost impossible to go anywhere or do anything without there being some kind of trace that you’ve been there. With CCTV everywhere, the only time you can truly enjoy complete privacy is in your own home, or is it? Complete privacy is a thing […]

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    Breach of Privacy

    Adrian Mudd   June 17, 2013

    Celebrity status of certain individuals over recent years has brought into question whether the UK needs stricter privacy legislation. Can hidden spy cameras be considered as friend or foe?

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    Computer Monitoring With a Twist

    Adrian Mudd   March 11, 2012

    Any computer monitoring device should ideally fit into the environment in which it is placed otherwise suspicions will be raised. The new Mouse Listening Bug perfectly fits this criteria. When we hear about computer monitoring devices we generally think of key loggers or spy software that is loaded on to the computer to monitor the […]

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    Computer Monitoring In The Real World

    Adrian Mudd   July 15, 2009

    In previous posts, we have looked at the very latest products in the PC surveillance market and the benefits they have given to this sector of the marketplace.

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    The Credit Crunch Sees a HUGE Rise on Business Attacks

    Adrian Mudd   March 5, 2009

    Business leaders are reporting an increase in theft from the workplace and of goods in transit. Thieves and fraudsters are becoming smarter in attacks on vulnerable cash-strapped businesses.

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    SpySure PC Monitoring Software Launched

    Adrian Mudd   February 6, 2009

    Spy Sure Home Edition is the latest addition to the Spy Equipment UK PC Monitoring Range and will allow you to track all computer related activities whether online or offline.

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    Government Release Plans to Spy on Your Computer

    Adrian Mudd   February 5, 2009

    It has been released that the Home Office are backing proposals by the EU council of ministers to extend electronic surveillance on private property. It would allow other European nations to request surveillance by British police.

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    Suspicious Women Use the Internet to Spy

    Adrian Mudd   February 1, 2009

    MORE than one in four women in Dudley have used the internet to secretly spy on their other half according to research by Virgin Media.

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    Fraud is on Increase as Credit Crunch Bites

    Adrian Mudd   January 30, 2009

    Fraud experts and business groups have put employers on red alert as the economic downturn forces many workers to find extra cash dishonestly. Recent figures showed that employee fraud has cost UK companies more than £77m in the first half of 2008 – up from just £10m in the same period the previous year

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    Internet Fraud Fears Over Computer Monitoring Devices

    Adrian Mudd   June 18, 2008

    More people are opting to invest in computer monitoring devices from specialist spy shop suppliers to help protect them from internet fraud. Internet fraud is something that concerns most people who divulge their details on the web. The problem is that fraud can be protected against by using encryption devices for example, but there are […]

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    Protecting your Kids online with Computer Monitoring Software

    Adrian Mudd   June 18, 2008

    More parents are increasingly concerned about the welfare of their kids online – a visit to the spy shop could put their minds at rest with a range of computer monitoring software for every household. Protect your Kids There is endless advice and tips for parents about ensuring their children are not visiting unsuitable websites […]

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    Social Network for Spies

    Adrian Mudd   June 18, 2008

    The Facebook phenomenon is hard to miss, even if you’re a spy. Now spies have a social networking site of their own with the launch of new website bringing spies together to share the latest spy technology and counter surveillance news. Social Network for Spies Spies are known for their secrecy, so, they may have […]

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