Analysis of the U.N. Bugging Device

By Deane Barker on December 27, 2004

About a week ago, a bugging device was found at the Geneva Headquarters of the United Nations.

A Geneva-based security expert who saw photos of the device told the television the system appeared to be of Russian or Eastern European origin. Its size indicated it was three or four years old, before such circuits were miniaturised, he said.

Cryptome has an extremely detailed analysis of the device, complete with pictures.

Spy junkies rejoice.