\" ROR[RG] wrote in the thread where he announced the breach, which has since been deleted.\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003E\"Pay up or be fucked,\" the hacker wrote, demanding a ransom of 0,000.As Pen Test Partners explains in a blog post, the manufacturer had left the default password as an easily guessable “88888888”.Unless the user has changed the password, it would be simple to anyone picking up the signal to watch the proceedings.“This part surprised us the most – using Wi-Fi is logical, given the bandwidth required to stream video, but most Io T devices would be configured to operate as a Wi-Fi client, not an access point.This choice was odd.”Svakom has yet to respond to Pen Test Partners’ exploits.It's not just your laptop you need to be worried about either.Scarily, connected baby monitors have repeatedly been the subjects of unlawful viewing, while the Edward Snowden leaks revealed that the NSA long ago gained backdoor access to the cameras within your i Phone or Black Berry devices.
On top of this, there have been multiple instances of hackers using these unlawful techniques to spy on people they know.
The sweep, a two-year operation, was coordinated so suspects didn't have time to destroy evidence and included the arrest of Swedish hacker Alex Yucel, a co-creator of Blackshades, the cheap and accessible software used to hijack computers remotely.
'I didn't realize this could happen': Cassidy Wolf, 19, speaks with Anderson Cooper about her 'sextortion' ordeal on Monday night, after her computer was hacked and a boy from her school secretly watched her via webcam for one year Wolf was sent an email containing a series of photos of herself changing, with Abrahams demanding better-quality photos, video and a five-minute sex show on Skype or he would make the images public, threatening to ruin her beauty pageant chances.
\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EHell, which can only be reached on the dark web, is \"a community where criminals can share, learn and make money,\" the forum's founder and administrator, who only goes by the name \"Ping,\" told me in an encrypted chat.
\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EThe forum gained notoriety in early March, when a hacker only known as \"ROR[RG]\" dumped fifteen spreadsheets on a message board called \"Hacked Data,\" whose motto is \"sharing is caring.\" \u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EThe files contained highly personal information about almost four million people, including their names, ages, email addresses, locations, and what kind of sexual partner they were looking for.
A one night stand, a swinger, a fuck buddy, someone looking for BDSM, webcam sex, or just somebody interested in regular 'ol dating?