Hacked adult cam site
Yes, it's possible for people to hack your webcam and spy on you. In case you didn't know already, your webcam can be hacked, meaning people can turn it on remotely and theoretically use it to film you without your knowledge. You could take the Mark Zuckerberg approach and use a piece of tape or a Post-it note to cover your webcam. However, it could leave marks on your laptop or PC, and it doesn't look very elegant. But how maybe people are actually concerned about this? Last year the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, posted this photo: Look at his laptop on the left side of the photo. If you've ever seen The Social Network, you know Mark Zuckerberg has some personally experience with hacking, so at the very least this photo suggests that it's a real issue.In addition to launching an internal review, Friend Finder Networks has hired Mandiant, a high-profile cybersecurity company, to investigate the hack, and is working with the FBI.Meanwhile, the person who originally dumped the information on the so-called darkweb, who uses the nickname ROR[RG}, is demanding more than £10,000 for access to the database of users, and capitalising on the news by marketing his cybercrime services.But an email trail on that a warning about the leak was sent by a cyber security consultant on 12 March.Around two hours later an employee at Friend Finder Networks then replied with a “read receipt” to say that the warning email had been read.The spreadsheets contain addresses linked to dozens of government and armed services personnel, including members of the British Army.
“We have already begun working closely with law enforcement and have launched a comprehensive investigation with the help of leading third-party forensics expert.Of course, you shouldn't do anything in life just because a famous billionaire does, but I believe personal privacy is worth an investment in an inexpensive webcam cover.These thin little metal covers stick right over your webcam and allow you to slide a shutter back and forth to expose the webcam or cover it up.“I have had so many people ask me to buy the db [database] today,” the hacker wrote on the same forum where the original leak appeared, asking for payment in the anonymised currency Bitcoin.“Or if you need I will break into any company or site for 750 in under seven days,” the writer adds.