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Hackers Dont Procrastinate Nor Should Your?

We can’t say, but we do know a lot of people are using a lot of time doing it.

Webcams may have been around for a long time, but that doesn’t mean we know what we’re doing with them. Webcam hacking has been around for equally as long, yet new research from Wizcase indicates that more than 15,000 private, web-connected cameras are exposed and readily accessible to the general public.

So forget hacking, cybercriminals can just take a stroll through the Internet and grab whatever webcam footage they like for the taking.

Malware targeting web cameras is a mainstay of the malicious hacker’s toolkit. Sometimes it’s for profit and blackmail. Often the threat of footage that doesn’t exist is mashed up with old data breaches to force people to part with their money.

Other times, people would hack PCs and reveal shock meme footage on a victim’s desktop, then capture screenshots for posterity, sharing them on hacker forums for giggles and bragging rights.

Mainly, what seems to be happening a lot right now is a whole lot of negligence. People are connecting their cameras to the Internet without any security features enabled. Worse still, many cams don’t have any security features to enable in the first place.