Cameras can be hidden inside everyday objects such as power sockets, toilets, bath bottles, and smoke alarms for secret shooting! Incidents of pinhole cameras have frequently occurred in recent years, and such incidents are severe threats to the privacy of the public. To deal with such threats, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has announced that activities of regulating network security of cameras will be rolled out. The thermal camera for smartphones, a weapon for anti-stealthier, can play an important role in such activities.
Information from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology: From June to August, Activities of Regulating Network Security of Cameras Will be Rolled Out
On June 22, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has announced the following message: From June to August, nationwide activities of regulating network security of cameras will be rolled out. The following shall be carried out to eliminate network security threats of cameras and ensure network security: Enhance the monitoring and handling measures of network camera security threats, conduct inspections for video monitoring cloud platform networks, and data security, and regulate product security vulnerabilities of camera production enterprises.
Where Can Hidden Cameras Be?
Incidents of secret shooting using pinhole cameras frequently occur in more and more involved places, especially in hotels and rented rooms.
After entering a hotel room or rented room, you need to check objects in the toilet and around the bed, including the power sockets, air conditioners, lampshades, TVs, sofas, makeup mirrors, tissue boxes, smoke sensors, and indoor plants.
How Do I Quickly Find Hidden Cameras?
Methods of using cellphones to find hidden cameras as described in articles on the Internet are not 100% effective. The cellphone camera cannot detect non-infrared night vision cameras and cameras with the infrared light turned off.
However, thermal cameras for smartphones can detect pinhole cameras that cannot be "seen" by human eyes and cellphone cameras. After entering a hotel room or rented room, use the thermal camera for smartphones to scan the room and quickly spot hidden cameras.
Night Vision Go is an extra small professional thermal camera (9g, 9mm). It adopts a 12μm high-performance infrared detector and the self-developed ASIC processor chip, featuring small volume, light weight, low power consumption, and powerful performance. It can be directly connected to a cellphone for plug-and-play and accurately measures temperature. It can be used for anti-stealthiest, appliance, and electronic devices, building HVAC, outdoor observation, scientific research, home medical care, and other fields.
Protect yourself against hidden cameras!