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2024-06-06 11:08:02

Jammers don't target individual phones - they actually block all phones in the affected area. They drown out communications between cell phones and base stations by generating RF noise - the equivalent of you trying to talk to someone while I'm standing next to you screaming at the top of my voice.


I doubt anyone is using jammers - jammers are uncommon, and the penalties for using jammers are quite severe in many places. Start by talking to your mobile carrier. If after all of this you still have reason to believe that jammers are being used, complain to the body responsible for radio and communication systems in your country - this could be the FCC in the US, or Ofcom in the UK - other countries will have their own equivalent.


Someone used a signal jammer on me. How do I find it and stop it?


I thought it was the same at my house where the signal was always down to 3g and I couldn't use the service unless I was outside. It turned out to be an IMSI trap installed in the apartment next door. I started getting phishing pages from my bank and realized that my email had been compromised, the virus software on my computer had been disabled, and everything I did had been copied because it acted as MITM.



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How to prevent jammers?


This happened to me at the school where I worked. Now, a private company has rented the school building to conduct the exams. As previously agreed, in order to prevent rampant unfair practices in public exams, the company installed jammers in all 108 classrooms of our school. This was done a few days before the exam. Children are curious and mischievous by nature. One morning, we found that none of our smartphones on or off campus had received a signal. Several departments at a university next door were also affected. It's almost impossible for us to find the malicious jammer we suspect is at work. Fortunately, however, the school LAN as well as Internet connections and landlines are working. As head of technology, I had to come up with a solution, and today I'm going to share that solution.


Compared to GSM 4G cellular networks, Wifi uses a higher frequency (2.4 Ghz). The trick for all users with a phone that supports WiFi calling or VoIP is to route calls through the WiFi network. For other users with smartphones, the solution is to use Whatsapp to talk to FBM (Skype works too, only no one uses it except me).


This went on for a few days, and after the test was over, the renters left with their jammers.


Have you ever secretly used a cell phone blocker in a restaurant, theater, or on public transportation to end an unusually loud, obnoxious, and unnecessary phone conversation with a stranger sitting next to you?


I once rode the quiet Amtrak car between Boston and New York.


A woman was on the phone, completely oblivious to the signs posted and the announcements made over the public address system.


She replied, "The train hasn't moved yet," and continued the conversation.


From now on, all I have to do is ask the conductor for help, even if he's sitting next to me. I've gotten too many smart-aleck - or worse - replies.


Once, at a movie, I asked a young woman next to me to turn off her lit cell phone, and she reported me for harassment.


God, I'm easily twice her age, but that obviously doesn't count.


How to use cell phone jammer? Where can I buy one?


To use this phone number, first make sure you have the lawyer's phone number on hand - it is illegal to use a lawyer's phone number in most countries.


It's easy to find them online - try Google, but you'll have to check if they're allowed to be imported into your country. It's easy to find unsophisticated devices that broadcast across the entire spectrum (kind of like sparks, but more sophisticated), but this would obviously annoy more people and authorities even more, not least because it would block 911 calls and potentially also communications for emergency services, WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.


If you want a device that allows 911 calls but blocks other calls, it's very complicated and expensive. In addition, as more and more frequencies (from about 800Mhz to more than 3GHz) are used in cellular networks, these devices must cover a range of radio spectrum.



コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  11:08:02
2024-06-05 11:39:54

Prior to midday on September 11, 2018, Jared Johns, a former Army private, positioned himself on his bed, activated the camera on his iPhone, and bid farewell to his loved ones.


As the two-minute video neared its conclusion, Johns's eyes grew wide upon reading a message on his screen: "She is heading to the authorities, and you will be incarcerated," the message stated.



Johns, a veteran of the Afghanistan conflict, inhaled deeply before positioning a 9 mm handgun beneath his chin and squeezing the trigger.


A large number of ex and current military personnel, including a 24-year-old veteran, have fallen victim to a malicious scheme known as "sextortion." This tragic plot, which resulted in the young veteran's suicide, involved deceitful individuals pretending to be underage girls on dating platforms. These scam artists then tried to extort money from men who fell into their trap, according to prosecutors.


However, the most surprising element of the storyline in Johns' situation was that it was reportedly executed by prisoners at Lee Correctional Institution, a high-security prison located in South Carolina approximately 150 miles east of Greenville. Moreover, the inmates managed to accomplish this using smartphones - prohibited gadgets that were supposed to be prevented by the prison's $1.7 million "managed access system."


Prison authorities, along with certain federal organizations, are considering acquiring a more advanced and possibly pricier technology to prevent illegal cellular and Wi-Fi communication from contraband phones in correctional facilities: a signal blocker device capable of blocking all calls within its designated area.


Bryan P. Stirling, the director of the South Carolina Department of Corrections, has emphasized that inmates may be physically incarcerated, but they still have digital freedom.


However, certain individuals with expertise caution against the use of jamming technology, as demonstrated by the recent testing conducted by the federal Bureau of Prisons in a South Carolina correctional facility. They argue that such technology may jeopardize public safety by disrupting emergency 911 calls and other cellphone services in close proximity. In the case of rural prisons, the worry extends to drivers on local roads and highways. Furthermore, these experts assert that the effectiveness of this technology is highly doubtful.


Jamming all calls, even to 911


The utilization of cellphone jammers, a technology that has long been opposed by the communications industry, has been proposed by corrections officials and federal agencies to address the issues at hand. These problems highlight the need for such measures, as they aim to prevent all calls, including those made from phones owned by staff or emergency workers.


Managed access systems enable individuals to place calls only if their numbers are pre-approved, whereas jammers have the capability to disrupt all frequencies, including data and Wi-Fi, without discrimination. This poses a significant challenge for the country's 911 phone system, as it operates on a frequency similar to that of commercial carriers.


Solely federal agencies have the legal authority to utilize jammers, under specific conditions related to national security. However, with the approval of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who was appointed by President Trump in 2017, and the U.S. Department of Justice, the use of jammers in prisons may be permitted.


During the month of September, announcements were made by the department and state officials regarding a test conducted at South Carolina's Broad River Correctional Institution. The test revealed that a micro-jammer had the capability to block calls within a cell block, while still permitting "legitimate calls" just one foot outside the walls.


However, the technical report conducted by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration presented a different perspective. It highlighted that the test solely focused on one out of the 14 jammers necessary to obstruct calls in half of the cellblock. Additionally, the report indicated that jamming was detected at a minimum distance of 65 feet, although the extent of its impact on regular cell-phone service remained uncertain.



コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  11:39:54
2024-05-31 11:43:38

Discontent is a significant factor in the growth of individuals, communities, and civilization. Excessive dissatisfaction may have negative consequences, but an appropriate level of discontent can bring about positive outcomes. If everyone is content with the status quo, progress will stagnate, leading to the decline of humanity. In this article, we will present the necessity of discontent in the creation of cell phone signal jammers.


The primary purpose of a cell phone jammers is to effectively obstruct unauthorized communication signals whenever necessary. This device is particularly well-suited for individuals employed in diverse government and correctional institutions. However, it is important to note that signal jammers have the capability to impede communications, posing a significant security risk.



Security is a crucial requirement for certain facilities due to clear reasons. Take military facilities, for instance, where communication is strictly regulated and requires prior approval.


Cell phones play an important role in our daily life. Why are there cell phone blockers now? Dissatisfaction is dissatisfaction, dissatisfaction with the improper use of mobile phones in some formal occasions. Discontent is also a driving force of human civilization as a whole. It can be said that in primitive society, science came into being because ancestors were not satisfied with their understanding of the world, and technology came into being because ancestors were not satisfied with simple manual labor. This curiosity and desire, in fact, also led to the prosperity of technology later.


Use jammers to prevent interference and block unauthorized communications


In order to avoid disruptions, it is essential to utilize a signal jammer to enhance your daily life. Several nations prohibit the use of cell phone jammers by individuals. It is important to verify the regulations in your area. Some people opt to install jammers, particularly cell phone jammers, to prevent disturbances. If it is permissible under your country's laws, you may acquire a beneficial jamming device.


In various settings such as classrooms, conference rooms, presentations, or religious services, receiving a call at an inappropriate moment can lead to significant disruptions. However, the use of cell phone jammers can effectively prevent such calls from occurring in the first place. By employing these devices, interference and unwanted phone noise can be blocked, granting you the ability to regain control over the situation.


Encountered this scenario before? The phone kept ringing, yet no one bothered to address the disturbance. You vocalize, "Kindly silence your phone." Unfortunately, your call goes unanswered. In a large gathering, instructing individuals to silence their devices proves ineffective. A considerable portion will inevitably keep their devices active for various reasons. The solution? A cell phone jammer.


It is a matter of debate whether this signifies a broader issue within society, nevertheless, it remains a fact. Even during solemn occasions like funerals, it is unavoidable that there will be intermittent phone calls to disrupt the silence or offer prayers.


The signal jammer has the capability to disrupt the frequency required for a phone to receive incoming calls, regardless of the circumstances, resulting in the phone not ringing.




コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  11:43:38
2024-05-29 11:22:14

A Fairhope man was charged last week with interfering with a 911 dispatch call, and new court documents show a similar thing happened at the same apartment building a month earlier.


The residents of the apartment were the first to know and called the police.


On June 6, Trenton Lisak, 31, allegedly interfered with 911 dispatch calls from the Mobile Police Department, Fire Rescue, the sheriff and even the Metropolitan Jail in the downtown entertainment district. Police say Lissak carried out the well-planned attack from an apartment in downtown Mobile.


"People with these kinds of resources obviously cause a lot of concern," said Michael Kraus, a resident of the apartment building.



In a moment of life and death, this can be catastrophic


Officials at the Mobile County 911 Center told FOX10 News that detectives traced the disturbance to the 9th floor, where they found Lisak as well as the black market mobile jammer.


Now, new court documents show that a month ago, multiple tenants in the building complained that Wi-Fi and phones were not working.


Investigators said at the time that AT&T had gone to the apartment where Lissak was staying and told a tenant to stop interfering. After the disruption stopped, it began again on June 6. At that time detectives found the strongest signal jamming at the same door.


Kraus, who lives on a nearby floor, said the poor Wi-Fi signal affected his remote work for weeks


"Things are moving slowly, and I can see that there are issues like connectivity issues and interference," Krause said. "To me personally, it was very different, but after he left, or in this case, I guess arrested him, everything seemed to go back to normal." Since you told me it was on the 9th, that must explain a lot."


Court records show that Lissak is no stranger to the law. He was jailed for unrelated crimes, including a burglary in Baldwin County.


911 service director Charlie McNicol said Lissack's motive was unclear.


"He could have a variety of reasons, like he just likes to watch chaos, or he has mental issues, or unfortunately, he could be planning a major event and want to ensure public safety by interfering with communications," McNicol said.


Other residents told FOX10 News reporter Lacey Beasley that they saw SWAT officers enter the building the day Lisak was arrested.


But employees at the apartment said he did not live there.


The FBI is investigating.


コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  11:22:14
2024-05-28 14:47:12

On Tuesday, a 63-year-old man from Chicago was accused of utilizing an unauthorized device to seek tranquility while on the CTA.


Audrina Bigos from CBS 2 reveals that this is not the initial instance where the man has faced allegations of disrupting cell phone signals, and numerous grievances regarding dropped calls have caught people's attention.


Dennis Nicholl, a certified public accountant, exited the jail wearing a ball cap and business casual attire following his felony charge for using a signal jamming device.


Keegan Goudie mentioned that the device was very noticeable, prompting him and his brother to write a blog post about it on thesixthirty.com after seeing it on the CTA Red Line.


Chas mentioned that he appeared to have malicious intentions and that the device in question was not something he should be handling.


Cell phone signal disruptors can be purchased on the internet for prices ranging from $30 to $300. The sale, purchase, or use of these devices is prohibited by federal law. These disruptors have the capability to interfere with cell phone signals, police communication systems, and emergency calls.


Keegan stated that it demonstrates the extent of an individual's capabilities in terms of security and terrorist threats within any significant urban area.


Chicago Police spent months looking into reports of dropped calls on the Red Line. Eventually, a 911 caller alerted authorities to the infamous Nicholl. He was apprehended by undercover officers on a CTA platform on Tuesday and is currently charged with a felony.


Attorney Charles Lauer stated that he did not have any intention to harm anyone.



According to his attorney, Nicholl's motivation for using signal blocker was simply to find solace amidst the constant disturbance caused by numerous individuals engrossed in their cell phones.


The FCC states that individuals who use cell phone blocker may be subject to imprisonment and substantial fines. Violators could face penalties of $16,000 per violation or up to $112,000 for a single instance of using the device.


Nicholl was released from jail on Wednesday evening after posting bail.


コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  14:47:12
2024-05-27 12:27:50

What’s the context?


US prison officials harness new technology to crack down on contraband cellphones but some still want powers to jam signals



  • South Carolina programme shuts off more than 800 phones

  • Federal action on broader signal jamming tech seen as unlikely

  • Activists raise privacy, rights concerns for prisoners

RICHMOND, Virginia - As director of South Carolina's Department of Corrections, Bryan Stirling believes he knows what is needed to make the state's 21 penal institutions safer while also protecting people outside the prison walls.


Ideally, Stirling would like to have the power to jam phone signals from the state's prisons to tackle the scourge of illegal cellphones being used to facilitate crimes ranging from sex trafficking to murder-for-hire and drug dealing.


But this action has been prohibited under federal law for decades, and there is no immediate sign of change despite numerous appeals from law enforcement officers across the country, including a letter from top state prosecutors to the leaders of Congress last year.


With no movement likely in the near future, South Carolina opted for a pilot programme that allowed authorities in Lee Correctional Institution to identify and shut down contraband cellphones. More than 800 phones have been shut off at Lee since last July, out of an inmate population of about 1,100.


"We call it a pilot, but it's basically the system in there now," said Stirling. "We are using this technology in Lee and we will continue to use this technology until we can secure the money to do it everywhere."




Cellphone jammers not enough to block calls from prisoners



  1. This is the view of senior prison officials who tell the Sunday Express that even though signal blocker (which they say are operational) are used to block signals from cellphones within the prisons, other interception technologies are needed for the system to be effective.

  2. Cellphone jammers are being used. But they need to be in use with other technologies like Wi-Fi jammers to be truly effective. We can see this in other jurisdictions. But it’s yet to be properly utilised here.

  3. “So you will have prisoners with cellphones and tablets who cannot make calls. But they can use either the phone’s data, or if they have access to a hot-spot device or a Wi-Fi box, they will be able to make calls via social media apps. These include things like WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram. So there is still the issue of communication with the outside world. Communication is still being made.

  4. “In other jurisdictions, you will see the cellphone jammers being used with other interception devices to determine the frequencies used by these devices, and then target those specific frequencies. If this is not done, then it’s almost like spinning top in mud,” a senior source in the Prison Service explained yesterday.



コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  12:27:50
2024-05-21 14:38:36

The device resembling a walkie-talkie, known as a phone jammer, possesses greater power than one may initially assume. Once activated, this compact box has the capability to disrupt all cell phone signals within its vicinity. Utilizing such a device is not only a violation of federal law, but can also lead to severe consequences such as a $16,000 penalty and imprisonment.




Eric, a resident of Philadelphia, refused to let the situation deter him. He grew weary of the incessant chatter from cell phone users on SEPTA 44 buses. In order to avoid these conversations, Eric decided to activate a jamming device.


Eric mentioned that many individuals lack consideration for privacy and tend to be excessively noisy. To cope with the disturbance, he adjusts the antenna and switches on the device.


The utilization of jammers, similar to the ones employed in this particular scenario, is deemed unlawful due to their ability to disrupt crucial communication channels during emergencies, including cell phone networks, as well as impeding the transmission of essential signals like police radios and other two-way radios.


Eric stated that upon learning of its illegality, he intends to dispose of the jammer he purchased, a device that ABC News approximated to be worth $300.


Buying a jammer is easy, but where can you use it?


Various methods for deliberately disrupting electromagnetic frequencies, commonly referred to as jamming, have been incorporated into a range of gadgets and are progressively becoming more accessible to both individuals and groups. Despite being prohibited in many regions globally, jammers are becoming more compact, portable, user-friendly, and cost-effective. While certain jammers may obstruct communications without discrimination, there exist distinct categories of specialized devices engineered to block specific signals. The most sought-after among these are mobile phone jammers, wifi jammers, drone blocker, and gps jammers.


Most national authorities disapprove of the use of these devices due to their tendency to cause more significant disruptions than anticipated. Even when used with good intentions, such as to block mobile phone usage in schools, theaters, and hospitals, or to prevent drones from flying over private property, the interference can extend far beyond the intended scope. Unintended consequences like dropped 911 calls, drones crashing, and compromised air traffic control have prompted countries like South Africa and Israel to ban jammers altogether.


Is there somewhere I can use a jammer?


Jammers are frequently employed near correctional facilities and detention centers to inhibit unauthorized and unmonitored interactions between inmates and detainees and the external environment. Some nations, including Brazil, India, New Zealand, and Sweden, have either granted exemptions or are contemplating exemptions for the deployment of mobile phone and wifijammer around prisons, whereas in the UK, this practice has been lawful since 2012.


Some nations have authorized or suggested broadening the utilization of jammers. In India, for instance, jammers may be utilized in educational institutions, places of worship, and entertainment venues as long as it is proven that the disruption remains within the confines of the premises. While jammers were previously sanctioned for deployment in locations like theaters and concert halls, this practice ceased in 2012.


If you find yourself in possession of a cell phone blocker, what course of action should you take? One option to consider is booking your upcoming flight to Ukraine, as this country has implemented measures to deter students from using mobile phones for cheating during exams, making it one of the rare nations where jammers are permitted.





コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:Cell Phone  14:38:36
2024-05-14 15:16:44

The use of unapproved devices that disrupt cell phone signals has been flagged by the FCC as a potential security hazard.


The sale of "signal jammer" - devices capable of disrupting cell phone calls, text messages, Wi-Fi networks, and GPS systems - has caught the attention of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), prompting concerns about potential disturbances in public places.


The small, battery-powered devices can be used to create "dead zones" within a small area, usually 30 feet or so, and have been used by movie theaters, restaurants, and schools to keep people off their cell phones. But they also cut off 911 calls, can disrupt navigation near airports, and have been used near police stations to interrupt radio communications. Officials at the FCC say they've noticed an increasing number of cell phone jammer, which are banned by federal law, coming into the country. Many cheaper versions, which sell for as little as $25, are imported from Asia, according to the agency.


The Communications Act of 1934 strictly prohibits the sale, advertising, usage, or importation of jammers, as it is illegal to disrupt radio communications in public places.


As per the FCC, jammers were promoted on the site in Orlando, Philadelphia, Austin, Mississippi, Charlotte, N.C., Washington, D.C., Cincinnati, and Corpus Christi, Texas. Officials have stated that they do not see any connection between the cases.


The FCC's enforcement bureau chief, Michele Ellison, pointed out that the simple action of posting an ad for a signal jammer on websites such as Craigslist.org is breaking federal law. Signal jammers are considered contraband for a particular reason.


In line with the citations, the majority of sellers promoted jammers as a way to enjoy an undisturbed nap while traveling on a bus, maintain a quiet educational setting, or create a peaceful environment, without mentioning the potential for misuse of the device.


As mentioned in one of the citations, there is an increasing concern about the limited comprehension of individual consumers who operate jamming devices regarding the serious consequences that may arise. These operators mistakenly believe that their illegal use of jammers is justified by personal convenience or should be pardoned.


The FCC has indicated that there was at least one seller who had knowledge of jammers being classified as contraband.


Keith Grabowski allegedly advertised a "cell phone jammer, wifi jammer" on the Philadelphia Craigslist, with a price tag of $300. In the ad, he acknowledges the limited details disclosed about the item due to its nature. He emphasizes that the jammer is not a toy and expresses his intention to dispose of it as quickly as possible.



His citation reveals that the ad created by Mr. Grabowski suggests his awareness of the sensitive and potentially illegal nature of the device he was selling on Craigslist.


The establishment of the "Jammer Tip Line" by the FCC allows individuals to easily inform the bureau about any suspected cases of jammer sales or usage, ensuring efficient reporting and investigation of such activities.


It was announced by Ellison that we have a firm determination to increase the severity of our enforcement actions against violators. Any individuals caught selling or operating a jammer will face costly consequences.





コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:fcc Cell Phone  15:16:44
2024-04-17 11:47:29

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has observed a rise in the sale of "jammers" - gadgets capable of disrupting cell phone calls, text messages, Wi-Fi networks, and GPS systems - which could pose a threat to public safety.


The small, battery-powered devices can be used to create "dead zones" within a small area, usually 30 feet or so, and have been used by movie theaters, restaurants, and schools to keep people off their cell phones. But they also cut off 911 calls, can disrupt navigation near airports, and have been used near police stations to interrupt radio communications. Officials at the FCC say they've noticed an increasing number of jammers, which are banned by federal law, coming into the country. Many cheaper versions, which sell for as little as $25, are imported from Asia, according to the agency..


The act of selling, advertising, utilizing, or bringing in wifi jammers is considered illegal under the Communications Act of 1934, which prohibits the obstruction of radio communications in public spaces.


The FCC recently issued citations to eight individuals and businesses who were promoting jammers on Craigslist.


The Federal Communications Commission stated that jammers were promoted on the website in Orlando, Philadelphia, Austin, Mississippi, Charlotte, N.C., Washington, D.C., Cincinnati, and Corpus Christi, Texas. Authorities have indicated that they do not think the incidents are related.


Michele Ellison, the FCC's enforcement bureau chief, stated that simply placing an advertisement for a signal jammer on websites such as Craigslist.org is a violation of federal law. signal jamming device are considered contraband for a specific reason.


Based on the references, the majority of vendors promoted jammers as a means to enjoy an uninterrupted rest on public transportation, maintain a peaceful learning environment, or ensure a hassle-free space, without mentioning the device's potential for illicit purposes.



One of the citations expresses growing apprehension regarding the lack of awareness among individual consumers who use jamming devices about the serious repercussions associated with their usage. These operators mistakenly believe that their unlawful actions are justified due to personal convenience or should be pardoned in some way.


According to the FCC, at least one seller appeared to be aware that jammers were considered contraband.


コメント数:(0) カテゴリ:jamming Cell Phone  11:47:29
2024-04-16 13:00:02

In a further testament to the advancing technological skills of criminals, authorities in Minnesota have revealed that burglars have been resorting to Wi-Fi jammers to momentarily incapacitate the connected security systems of unsuspecting homeowners. It is estimated that this method has been employed in a total of nine burglaries occurring over the course of the last six months.


The police department in Edina, Minnesota, has confirmed that the recent spate of burglaries spanning the past six months is not a result of random victim selection. Instead, the criminals are strategically choosing affluent neighborhoods and monitoring homes for periods of vacancy to carry out their break-ins without encountering anyone.


What makes this case fascinating is the utilization of Wi-Fi bluetooth jammer by the culprits to disrupt the security systems of the houses, particularly surveillance cameras. Following this, they abscond with safes, jewelry, and other luxurious possessions.


According to cybersecurity expert Mark Lanterman, signal jammers do not actually block signals. Rather, they flood wireless networks, causing legitimate traffic to be unable to reach devices.


The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) strictly prohibits the operation, marketing, or sale of any jamming equipment that interferes with authorized radio communications, as stated by federal law. This prohibition encompasses various communication services such as cellular networks, personal communication services, police radar, and global positioning systems. It is crucial to understand that there are no exemptions for using such equipment within business premises, classrooms, residences, or vehicles. Furthermore, local law enforcement agencies lack the authority to independently employ jamming equipment.



Nevertheless, one can still acquire Wi-Fi jammers through online channels outside the United States, with prices ranging from $40 to $1,000. Instances have been documented where these gadgets were utilized to evade connected home security systems, like Ring video doorbells, over the past few years.


There are various suggested strategies to mitigate the risks posed by Wi-Fi jammer burglaries. One such method involves utilizing a hardwired camera system positioned both indoors and outdoors, which directly connects to a local storage unit. It is also recommended to install security alarms and lighting fixtures that do not rely on wireless networks. Moreover, since these burglaries typically occur when houses are vacant, leaving lights or the television running can potentially deter potential intruders from targeting your home.




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