So there she was, putting away her groceries, cleaning, singing as she went about her chores, when she heard a “rumbling” from the living room.
She bought the device at Action—a local discount-chain store that mostly sells low-budget convenience utilities.
We know this since June 2013 when the first NSA documents were revealed by whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
Since then increasingly threatening details are being constantly uncovered.
It wouldn’t be the first time that an unsecured webcam has started swivelling around on its own, nor the first time somebody’s privacy has been invaded by an idiot spitting base insults through one.
As we mulled what little evidence we have, we agreed that the “suck my d*ck” at the end sounded more like the stock response of a socially inept adolescent being rebuffed than something scripted.
Perhaps Hamer was just the first accessible target in a lurker’s search results. If you can password protect it, choose a strong password. Io T devices are notorious for shipping with default passwords that are easily discovered by crooks.
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Every attempted security breach will be reported with a signal.
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We decided to put the camera down 1 times with the lens to the wall. In 2014, we wrote about a site that offered feeds from baby monitors in nurseries, as well as from security webcams delivering live feeds from bedrooms, offices, shops, restaurants, bars, swimming pools and gymnasiums.