Posts by Category: sleaze tech

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Gadgets October 27, 2010 posted by

Mini Keychain GPS Tracker – GSM enabled tracker keeps tabs on whatever you need

This Mini Keychain GPS Tracker contains a quadband GSM SIM card slot which means you can ping the unit with an SMS message from any mobile phone and receive a location report. Useful for tracking down the kids or employees. The thing stays powered up for 140 hours, and you can do clever things like set up a ‘virtual perimeter’ beyond which an alarm will sound. Priced at $98.98.  This miniature GPS tracker is very compact and easy to carry….


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Bookmark This! October 26, 2010 posted by

Car Key Camcorder – perfect for those tricky roadside encounters with law enforcers?

This Car Key Camcorder looks like any other key, but contains a VGA resolution video and stills camcorder with audio capture. The battery lasts for 1 hour and it supports microSD cards up to 16GB (around 5 hours footage). Very clever, very expensive, but ultra useful on the right keychain at the right time. £346.63.  This item is so clever that it will vibrate to indicate that it is shooting pictures, once for stills and twice for video. It can…


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hardware October 6, 2010 posted by

Laser Audio Surveillance System – play like a pro without all the Tom Cruise nonsense

This Laser Audio Surveillance kit is your pukka, honest to goodness, listen at the window ’cause we’re spies, type surveillance equipment. Shine the infrared beam at the glass and you’ll be able to eavesdrop on the conversation within from 500 metres away. The price of…cough…£21,150.00 includes training. In Germany.  The system allows the operator to carry out an undetectable laser surveillance operation from outside of the building up to a distance of 500 metres (Sometimes more subject to operating conditions)….


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Gadgets October 5, 2010 posted by

HP Mouse Spy Bugs – sneaky weird as sneaky does

This HP Mouse Camera Spy Bug is a fully working optical mouse which contains a wireless camera and transmitter effective up to 100 metres range. No, don’t ask us what kind of video image you’re expecting to get. The HP Mouse GSM SIM card bug, on the other hand, transmits an audio feed to any remote mobile phone you choose. Former priced at $59.99, latter at £225.00. They’re different products of course, but we’re fascinated with the use of the HP…


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Free Software September 28, 2010 posted by

Date Check – sleazy app finds out if they’re good to go…or not

Date Check has got to be one of the sleaziest mobile applications on the planet. Install the free program and you effectively get a full personal background check application on your Android, Blackberry or iPhone handset, which you can use to check out their story, where they live, how much money they have etc. You’ll have to pay $14.95 per investigation, so it could get pretty expensive if you’re playing the field, but just think, you can find out whether…


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Gadgets September 8, 2010 posted by

GPS Pen – the teeny tiny GPS tracker

This GPS Pen is a tiny GPS tracker not much bigger than a thumb drive, which you can stick just about anywhere and retrieve as necessary. The thing will remember up to 94,000 locations, every 5 seconds for over 70 days. And when it’s done its sneaky little business you just pop the lid, stick it straight into your laptop and download the tracking data into Google Earth. Powered by two AAA batteries and priced at £99.00.    The GPS…


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hmm..interesting July 13, 2010 posted by

Shimming – new credit card scam goes ultra high tech

Apparently villains are no longer content with sticking cameras and PIN readers onto ATM cash machines, now they’re working on new technology –  called shimming –  that will let them insert an ultra thin circuit board through the card slot to read your PIN and card details from inside. The circuit board will be thinner than a human hair, and will be inserted using a fake credit card carrier, which will also stick the thing to the insides of the ATM,…


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Gadgets June 14, 2010 posted by

PV900 Cell Phone DVR – covert camcorder mimics nasty vintage Nokia phone

The PV900 Cell Phone DVR (aka the Mobile Agent!) is a full blown digital camcorder cunningly designed to look like one of your grandmother’s cast off handsets from the ’60s. Yep, you’re absolutely going to be the height of mobile phone fashion with this puppy strapped to your wrist. To add insult to injury, you’re going to be paying the equivalent of an HTC Desire type price to grab 16 hours of surreptitious footage on the microSD card. Still, could…


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Gadgets May 27, 2010 posted by

ES Hacker Adapter – the l33t way to make friends with your local police force

The ES Hacker Adapter appears to be a standard high power USB WiFi adapter packaged up with some unspecified hacking software, designed to crack user names and passwords on WiFi networks.   I suspect the software is the usual cracking freeware you’ll find on the warez sites, which means it will be very hard to use if you’re not a tech minded soul. Anyway, the Chinese company which sent me the info seem to think it’s worth shouting about.  This Adapter is a Hacker…


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Gadgets April 27, 2010 posted by

Android Interface – beware the small print people…

Interesting little note for those adventurers among you who fancy picking up a cheap unlocked Chinese mobile phone. There’s a new trend springing up which involves labelling phones as ‘Google Android Interface’. These are not Android handsets, they are typically phones with an Asian operating system installed – like this SciPhone G15 – which have an Android skin bolted on to make them look and feel like the Google standard. No app support or anything like that. Caveat emptor, peeps,…


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Bizarre April 23, 2010 posted by

2.4GHz Wireless Table Sculpture with Hidden Camera

We’ve blogged one or two hidden cameras here on the Ferret, but I think this is the first one built into a sculpture. This 2.4GHz Wireless Table Sculpture with Hidden Camera won’t draw any undue attention, I’m sure. It broadcasts 420 lines and audio 100m to the wireless receiver and the 500mAh battery built into the statue means there are no silly wires to give it away. It’s got to be a bargain at US$183.99 This Spy camera kit includes…


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2.4GHz Wireless Table Sculpture with Hidden Camera
Gadgets April 14, 2010 posted by

3W High Powered Handheld Cell Phone Jammer – For the anti-social one in your life

Yes I know it looks like a packet of cigarettes, but this 3W High Power Handheld Cell Phone Jammer means business. It can jam all the major mobile phone frequencies, including GSM 900/1800, 3G, CDMA GSM, DCS and PHS. Just for laughs it also blocks the L1 frequency from GPS satellites. Now although it says it’s high power, and 3W is fairly high powered for a handheld transmitter, the range maxes out at about 20 metres. It also has a…


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Gadgets April 9, 2010 posted by

Chat Stick – snoop on your family’s chat history with this sneaky USB stick

Slot this sneaky little Chat Stick memory stick into a computer’s USB port and it will hunt down and copy across chat logs from a bunch of social network tools and sites, like Yahoo!, Skype, MSN and ICQ. We can think of all sorts of legitimate reasons you’d want to do this, and quite a few illegitimate ones too. But far be it for us to judge, eh? $99.99.  Instant Messengers have become an essential part of businesses today. Instant communication…


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Gadgets April 8, 2010 posted by

Hidden Camera DVR Cell Phone – brringg, brringg…smile

Wouldn’t it be cool if this Hidden Camera DVR Cell Phone actually made and accepted calls? Instead, you’ve got to walk around doing the old fake ‘really, no way’, stuff while snapping the locale and villains.  Comes with a 16GB SD card which gives 16 hours of recording, and hey, press a button and the screen even lights up to convince people it’s really a phone. Magic! Got $595.95? No? Tough then.  What looks like an average cell phone is actually…


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Bizarre March 26, 2010 posted by

4GB Cross Necklace Digital Video Recorder – capture those pious little moments

This 4GB Cross Necklace Digital Video Recorder is something of a wonder, is it not dear reader? Let us give pause for a moment, and consider which amongst us might be tempted to record their lives in this unseemly way? Surely there be no man here who feels threatened so greatly that they would take upon themselves this spycam of sorrow? Bow your heads as ye proffer $45.00 for the fact.  This cross spy camcorder looks really fashion as it is in front of…


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