Bugging is when someone conceals a miniature microphone in (a room or telephone) in order to eavesdrop on or record someone's conversations secretly. A covert listening device, more commonly known as a bug or a wire, is usually a combination of a miniature radio transmitter with a microphone.

The use of bugs, called bugging, is a common technique in surveillance, espionage and in investigations. A bug does not have to be a device specifically designed for the purpose of eavesdropping. For instance, with the right equipment, it is possible to remotely activate the microphone of cellular phones, even when a call is not being made, to listen to conversations in the vicinity of the phone.

Debugging is the process of finding and resolving of defects that prevent correct operation of computer software or a system.

All de-bugging, eavesdropping and discreet filming operations are carried out with the clients full knowledge and in accordance with South African Legislative requirements, including Act 70 of 2002, the Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-Related Information Act.

Our Debugging service use state of the art electronic detectors and sweepers, equivalent to those used by National Intelligence. A Technical survey, also known as a “sweep,” is done by qualified, experienced agents specializing in the field of detection. They can detect the presence of technical surveillance devices and hazards as well as identify technical security weaknesses that could facilitate a technical penetration of the facility.

If you have any suspicion that one of your devices is Bugged, contact us immediately for assistance.