How to tell if your phone is tapped
April 8, 2010 Leave a comment
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According to ABC News Reporter Brian Ross, “A senior federal law enforcement official tells ABC News the government is tracking the phone numbers we call in an effort to root out confidential sources.” If law abiding news reporters are being put under the invisible federal microphone, it comes as no surprise that millions of Americans now fear that they too are being tapped. If you would like to put your mind at ease and finally validate or rightfully dismiss what you suspect to be a federal phone tap on yourcell phone, follow these steps.
- Pulsating Static.
It is common to hear a pulsating static noise when you are on a call. However, if you are able to hear the same pulsating static when you are not using your cell phone, this can be an indication that your cell phone has been tapped. It is important to distinguish pulsating static and plain old bad reception. Both sound similar — however, pulsating static will have a timely pulse within the static as if someone was on the other end switching back and forth between lines.
Have you noticed that when you are on a call your cell phone seems to heat up? It is perfectly normal for a cellphone to conduct heat when you are on a call because the phone is in direct use, which causes the battery to become active, therefore producing heat. However, if you are not on a call and your cell phone seems to be as hot as it would be if you were on a 40 minute phone call, it is very likely that your cell phone line has been compromised.
- Draining battery.
If your cellphone seems to be losing its battery life faster than usual and you haven’t made any calls, this is a sign that your cell phone might be tapped. When a cell phone is tapped it loses its battery life faster. A tapped cell phone is constantly recording conversations in the room, even when your phone appears to be idle, hence the drainage of the battery.
- Inexplicable activity.
Has your phone ever lit up, shut down, installed a program or powered up all on its own? Unless there is a reasonable explanation, such as having a preset automatic update function on your cell phone or receiving a call while your ringer was on silent, these are all indicators that your phone is tapped and being controlled by someone other than you.
- Suspicious Spouse.
If your spouse has any reasonable doubts concerning your faithfulness, it is possible that he or she could be the person tapping your phone. In early 2008, a device that is marketed as “The Cell Phone Spy — Sim Card Reader” was made available to the general public. Your spouse might be using this device to check your deleted SMS messages and cell phone activity.