In this section you will find Counter Surveillance techniques and tactics. Full blown counter surveillance strategies and guides.
Surveillance is the art of watching over the activities of persons or groups from a position of higher authority. Surveillance may be covert (without their knowledge) or overt (perhaps with frequent reminders such as “we are watching over you”). Surveillance has been an intrinsic part of human history.
Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, written 2,500 years ago, discusses how spies should be used against a person’s enemies. But modern electronic and computer technology have given surveillance a whole new field of operation. Surveillance can be automated using computers, and people leave extensive records that describe their activities.
Counter surveillance is the practice of avoiding surveillance or making surveillance difficult. Before computer networks, counter surveillance involved avoiding agents and communicating secretly. With recent developments — the Internet, increasing prevalence of electronic security systems, and computer databases — counter surveillance has grown in scope and complexity. Now counter surveillance involves everything from knowing how to delete a file on a computer to avoiding becoming the target of direct advertising agencies.
Discover how your enemies may be watching you, and how you can watch them watching you. This set of books will teach you how to ensure your activities are hidden, and how to gain intelligence on those that may be trying to gather it on you.