Moms hacked cams
When Adam bolted into the baby's room, it pivoted to face him and then started hurling a stream of epithets.Reports that creeps and other nefarious characters have been spying on babies by hacking baby monitor webcams have prompted New York City’s Department of Consumer Affairs to issue a public alert to parents.This scene isn't from a scary movie, but the real-life drama that unfolded last week in Hebron, KY, was no less horrifying.Sometime around midnight, parents Heather and Adam Schreck said a hacker accessed the Foscam Internet camera the couple was using as a baby monitor, and yelled out, "Wake up, baby! " Heather Schreck checked the camera through her smartphone and saw it panning around.
RATs are widely used in a variety of contexts, some benign, others not. It’s hard to know how many RATs are out there because of their covert nature.“Sophisticated hackers know they can use this as a launching-off point to get into your network and potentially steal your ID or launch malicious attacks.” His advice is to change Wi-Fi and camera passwords, ensuring they are both different and checking websites for your technical equipment for updates, as they may not appear on devices.