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Dual action USB flash drive and motion activated spy camera DVR records video in 720x480 resolution and takes 5MP still images.

Records VGA video and audio on internal DVR and features motion detection, auto-overwrite, and auto start/stop recording.

HD car key fob spy camera stores 2.5 hours of 1080p quality video onto a 16GB internal memory with 2 hour rechargeable battery.

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Dual action USB flash drive and motion activated spy camera DVR records video in 720x480 resolution and takes 5MP still images.

Records VGA video and audio on internal DVR and features motion detection, auto-overwrite, and auto start/stop recording.

HD car key fob spy camera stores 2.5 hours of 1080p quality video onto a 16GB internal memory with 2 hour rechargeable battery.

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Mobile spyware can have a devastating effect on your life; the constant fear that a spouse, significant other or even employer is following your every move, knows everything about your life and has completely removed any vestige of privacy. (If you have any doubt about this, read the comments from readers from our March 2012 story on mobile spyware ).

And spyware is not as rare as you may think. According to mobile security company Lookout , .24% of Android phones they scanned in the U.S. had surveillance-ware installed intended to target a specific individual. Sophos  reports a similar .2% infection rate from spyware. If those numbers hold true for Android users in general, that would mean tens of thousands could be infected.

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