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Offline Lisa Haven

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Wow! This is not only creepy but sick and sad! I recently came across a website that boasts of filming people through their DVR’s, security cameras, and internet cameras in their own homes! Sadly, this is not a joke, it’s the real deal and thousands are getting squandered across the globe. People who have not set their security passcode have fallen victim to this internet website who shares footage for all to see and it’s not just here in America, it stretches over 256 different countries. Once on, the only way to get off is to request it by email but that’s only if you know about the site!!

 

Anyone and everyone who owns a DVR, a security camera, or an internet camera needs to hear this! Chances are you just might know someone who has fallen prey. Here is the shocking report….


Click Link to read more: http://b4in.info/tj31

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I bet John MCaffee  would fund this public awareness film idea.

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=263420.msg1491892#msg1491892

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jerryweaver, thanks for the info!

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 It looks like both of these apps monitor and manage devices like camera and bluetooth etc. One works on android and the other on windows or android..  I have snoopwall on the computer and d-vasive on the phone and keep it in a holster.. 

Do you know of any other ways to have technology and privacy?  Any ideas about the big screen, cable, refer, and DVR?

Get Privacy App for Windows
http://www.snoopwall.com/snoopwall-privacy-app/

D-Vasive helps protect your privacy from invasive apps, so that you can ensure no apps are trying to access parts of your phone without you knowing.
http://www.androidheadlines.com/2014/08/sponsored-app-review-d-vasive-anti-spy-pro.html
 
http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/miss-teen-usa-discusses-webcam-hack-at-cyber-security-expo/
 Just watch this video of Miss Teen USA 2013, Cassidy Wolf, who was victimized because an online predator could watch her remotely through her webcam from an app she trusted.

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I guess we have the info on this forum ..  I will look around and see about redo on the access codes for the TV and Smart Cars.  New cars are probably hacked also.

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What happens is people buy an IP WebCam, and then do not set the password.

Like they would not leave the front door unlocked, so why they do this defeats me !

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EG , setting the password may not make much difference. The NSA backdoors are known to the Hackers.

Heartbleed vulnerability used by NSA, reports Bloomberg

http://cir.ca/news/nsa-used-heartbleed-exploit/141204

Bloomberg News reported that unnamed sources said the National Security Agency (NSA) knew about the Heartbleed security bug for at least two years and used it to gather information.

The NSA was aware of the Heartbleed security flaw for at least two years, Bloomberg reported April 11, citing two unnamed people "familiar with the matter." The NSA used the exploit to gather important intelligence information, Bloomberg reported.

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News of Heartbleed first broke April 7, when computer security researchers warned users, including IT professionals, about a critical vulnerability in OpenSSL, a popular software library that's used to implement security encryption online. The bug may allow hackers to steal sensitive data from servers without being detected.

California data breaches affected 18.5 million residents

http://cir.ca/news/personal-data-theft-of-americans




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EG , setting the password may not make much difference. The NSA backdoors are known to the Hackers.

http://www.whoismcafee.com/three-guys-walk-into-a-microwave/

The question you have to ask yourself is: Why do you gladly accept outrageous terms and invasions of your privacy in order to get an app you want?  You would never dream of accepting these terms when buying something like a lawn mower, microwave, car or even a house.  I’m baffled.

Some of you are aware of this gross intrusion, while many others doubt that a mobile app could have the capabilities described above.  It does sound like science fiction, or possibly rampant paranoia – yet it is real.  Anyone can download one of the thousands of spyware applications, many for free, and can remotely plant the software on anyone’s device — anyone — a spouse, a boss, a neighbor, a teacher, a parent, the local sherrif — anyone.  The world’s largest Spyware manufacturer – Finfisher – was recently hacked, and thousands of it’s internal documents showed up on Wikileaks, including much of their source code for the spyware – meaning anyone can have access to it. Here is the story about the hack:

http://www.zdnet.com/top-govt-spyware-company-hacked-gammas-finfisher-leaked-7000032399/

The following links to FinFishers sales videos, showing the astonishing capabilities of spyware, should be a real eye opener.  Keep in mind this is only one of thousands of companies who manufacture spyware for mobile devices.

http://www.zdnet.com/top-govt-spyware-company-hacked-gammas-finfisher-leaked-7000032399/

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/files/0/303_GAMMA-201110-FinSpy_Mobile.mp4

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/docs/gamma/301_remote-monitoring-and-infection-solutions-finspy.html

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/docs/gamma/308_remote-monitoring-and-infection-solutions-finfly-web.html

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/docs/gamma/309_remote-monitoring-and-infection-solutions-finfly-isp.html

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/docs/gamma/306_tactical-it-intrusion-portfolio-finusb-suite.html

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/docs/gamma/300_tactical-it-intrusion-portfolio-finintrusion-kit.html

https://wikileaks.org/spyfiles/docs/gamma/302_it-intrusion-training-program-fintraining.html

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John McAfee

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I guess we have the info on this forum ..  I will look around and see about redo on the access codes for the TV and Smart Cars.  New cars are probably hacked also.


Dang, I was going to get one of those cars



http://on.rt.com/168zjd

Car-hacked: Cyber-criminals could target driverless vehicles, cause chaos – expert

Driverless vehicles will require tough protection from hackers attempting to hijack them and create chaos on Britain’s roads, cyber security experts warn.

Autonomous cars, such as Google’s self-driving vehicle, could curb road deaths by ruling out the dangers of common human errors. But the reliability and security of software that underpins the technology is likely to be a serious concern for insurers and manufacturers in years to come.

Hugh Boyes, a leading cybersecurity expert at Britain’s Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), warns that hackers targeting driverless vehicles in the future could create chaos.

“The motor industry is really strong on safety but if someone tries to interfere with the vehicle, tries to hack it and disrupt it, then these don’t fall under the typical safety issues,” he told The Guardian.

“Unfortunately living in the world today, people do try to tamper with technology. The industry is only just starting to recognise this.”

Boyes warned the software underpinning driverless vehicles would have to be free of bugs and be utterly reliable.

Dang, I was going to get one of those women

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Offline Lisa Haven

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Jerryweaver, guess what!! because of this post!! They took down the site now!! Which is awesome!! Canada, Australia, and UK got pissed and went after them! Notice this was after I had share it but here is the link: http://www.techworld.com.au/article/560293/australia-canada-uk-china-weigh-webcam-privacy-issue/

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Good job Lisa!! Kind of satisfying to play a part of in bigger picture.

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Yeah folks, always cover up your webcam.
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