Do a physical hunt of the premises. This includes a moderate, fastidious range of the room or building you think is wired.
Glance around for anything that appears to be changed or strange, for example, bloom courses of action, pictures on the divider out of level or in irregular regions, or lampshades that don't look ordinary. Check for smoke locators you didn't include, search for a speaker that may have a camera in it.
Look inside window boxes, light installations, and different spots where a mouthpiece transmitter can without much of a stretch be covered up.
Look under sofa pads, table tops, and retires. Underneath racks and table tops are superb spots for smaller than normal cameras.
Search for wires that don't appear to go anyplace, for example, a machine or other natural gadget. "Hardwired" (that is, not remote) spy hardware is less basic with present day innovation, however is still utilized for changeless reconnaissance as a part of business organizations for misfortune prevention.
Listen as you walk the whole room discreetly. Some little, movement touchy cameras make a practically quiet snap or buzz when they operate.
Turn off the lights and glance around for minor red or green LED lights. A few receivers have "power on" pointer lights, and if the individual who sets it up is indiscreet they may neglect to cover or deactivate this feature.
While the lights are off, snatch an electric lamp and painstakingly look at all mirrors. These can be made straightforward from one side so that a camera can see through, yet they depend on the onlooker's side being darker than the territory saw to keep the opposite side of the mirror reflective.
Scan for pinhole cameras oblivious. A pinhole camera may have a charge-coupled gadget (CCD) sitting behind a minor opening in a divider or article. Get an unfilled bathroom tissue tube and an electric lamp. Put the tube more than one eye like a telescope and close your other eye. As you range the spotlight over the room, pay consideration on any little glints that reflect back at you.
Purchase a RF signal locator or other bug finder. On the off chance that you genuinely trust you are being kept an eye on, purchase a RF (radio recurrence) locator and do a compass of your room, building, or home. These versatile gadgets are little, easy to utilize, and genuinely cheap. In any case, there are bugs that utilization numerous frequencies in quick succession called "spread range" that a RF finder won't get. These bugs are utilized by experts and require a range analyzer and an accomplished professional to find.
Utilize your PDA to get an electromagnetic field. Place an approach your PDA, then wave the gadget around where you think there may be a camera or amplifier. On the off chance that you can hear a clicking clamor on the call, it implies your telephone may meddle with an electromagnetic field.