- Series: Evil Genius
- Paperback: 259 pages
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 1 edition (June 19, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0071468943
- ISBN-13: 978-0071468947
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 10.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 63 customer reviews
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From the Back Cover
101 SPY DEVICES FOR SERIOUS SNOOPING
This book offers an amazingly awesome and complete collection of professional spy tools that you can build yourself. You can build any project in this thrilling arsenal of spy devices for $30 or less! Not only that, even total beginners to electronics can construct these mind-boggling snooping tools.
You get complete, easy-to-follow plans, clear diagrams and schematics, and hundreds of pictures. 101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius gives you:
- Illustrated instructions and plans for amazing sleuthin' 'n snoopin' devices, presented in sufficient detail to be built even by newcomers
- Loads of projects simple enough for new spies to construct easily, progressing in complexity to devices that will excite investigation professionals
- Explanations of the science and math behind each project
- Frustration-factor removal -- needed parts are listed, along with sources
101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius equips you with complete plans, instructions, parts lists, and sources for devices that let you:
- Build and install a nanny cam for viewing and recording activity from afar
- Hear and record what's said from great distances
- See and photograph in the dark
- Wire yourself for undetected recording
- Construct a hidden briefcase camera
- Tap and record telephone conversations
- Privately record every called number, with a time stamp, from any phone
- Build a secret time-lapse camera
- Build and install motion-activated spy cameras or listening devices
- Alter photographic evidence
- Digitally disguise your telephone voice
- Secretly install key-logging software to see what's done on any computer
- Learn what Web sites others are surfing
- Recover deleted computer files
- View other peoples' computer screens from your PC
- Control your spy equipment from afar
About the Author
Brad Graham is an inventor, robotics hobbyist, founder and host of atomiczombie.com Web site, which receives nearly a million hits a month, and a computer professional. He is the coauthor of Atomic Zombie's Bicycle Builder's Bonanza, perhaps the most creative bicycle-building guide ever written, and Build Your Own All-Terrain Robot, both also from McGraw-Hill. Technical manager of Freedom 2000 Complete Technical Services, which specializes in computer network setup and maintenance, data storage and recovery, and security services, Mr. Graham is also a Certified Netware Engineer, a Microsoft Certified Professional, and a Certified Electronics and Cabling Technician.
Kathy McGowan provides logistical and marketing support for Brad's many robotics, bicycle, computer, and publishing projects. She also manages the daily operations of Freedom 2000 and several Web sites, including atomiczombie.com and xtremeclothes.com, as well as various Internet-based blogs and forums. Additionally, Ms. McGowan provides computer training, advises on Internet security risks, and writes articles for ezines.
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I am an electronics hobbyist, I hold a Bachelors of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology, but my real job is in commercial aviation so while that is technical- it doesn't always fulfill my hands-on tinkering needs if you can understand. It's been a lot of years now since I graduated from college and while I know a lot about electronics, I've also forgotten a lot of the basics. I found this book to be an excellent refresher, and even learned a few new things! It explains such complex subjects in short order with enough information that I believe it is worth 5 stars. If only my professors had used such simple terms. It is readable, enjoyable, and one thing that stands out is the authors ability to put things in terms of simplicity that still are accurate and don't leave out the importance of what not to do.
I would recommend also Forrest Mims Engineer's Notebook, and his collection of Engineer's Mini-Notebooks. These are a collection of basic to mid-level circuits drawn out with some good explanation of how and why they work. I read all these Forrest Mims selections before attending engineering school back in 1987. I still have them... I checked here on Amazon and you can still get them too. Most are cheap, a couple of bucks, and you get a great companion to this book I am reviewing.
I just recently got an Arduino Uno R3...and wanted something to peek my idea generator and this book worked for me. You don't have to have a degree, just have to know how to read, have interest in the subject and the book will do the rest. Their explanation of how a transistor works alone is worth the price of the book. If you have a kid interested in electrical engineering- get them a book like this at a young age. It helps a lot.