Unauthorized Surveillance Detected
|Unauthorized Surveillance Detected|
|Start Location||Crusader AO|
The mission Unauthorized Surveillance Detected sees Crusader Security's Lisa Gibbs or Devin Bautista task the player with taking out illegal PDC Monitors, aka 'Skimmers'. Finding them requires the use of Scanning and a mission timer will be triggered once the first is destroyed. It is likely that you will encounter hostile outlaws.
"After Seizing some stolen data obtained during a raid, our tech team was able to track the source down to unauthorized surveillance monitors illegally installed around (Comm Array).
You will need to find the three monitors' location and destroy them before any more data can be illicitly gathered. Passive 'Skimmers' like these typically are hard to find so be thorough.
Once engaged, their security protocols will cause them to begin transmitting the contents of their drives. Make sure you stop the upload before it can complete. Intel suggests that the outlaws will come after anyone who messed with their property, so be prepared.
CONTRACT AUTHORIZED BY: Liaison Officer Gibbs
"Bad news. We got reports of illegal 'skimmers' over by (Comm Array). With the data collected on those things, it could lead to all sorts of trouble, so we need the three monitors located and destroyed.
Easier said than done, though.
PDC monitors like this are designed to be unobtrusive, so spotting them won't be straightforward. But once you scan the area and locate them, as soon as you start attacking, it will trigger an emergency data transfer. It's important that you take them out before the upload can finish.
You should expect hostile resistance when you're out there.
CONTRACT AUTHORIZED BY: Liaison Officer Bautista