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The first lesson is that you should NEVER, EVER turn off your security solution.

If the people who were hacked *in this very case* did not turn it off, the hacker could not have invaded their computers in the first place.

The hacker told 2ch users that 90% of such programs are delivered together with malware.

Having hacked these PCs with the help of malware, the criminal installed in compromised systems Luminosity Link — legal software, which is designed for computers remote administration.

Having access to your system, the culprit can steal data from your accounts (including your online banking), turn your PC into a part of botnet and use it to infect your friends’ devices. Downloading free software from third-party sites is risky.

That’s why curtaining your laptop cam is not enough. You would scarcely distinct a fake website from the legal one.

Readers studied the hacking 101 guide and went online looking for cameras with poor passwords, installed in WCs, flats and back-street brothels. So, massive webcam breaches happened from time to time.

In 2014 a voyeuristic website popped up in the news.

It streamed video from thousands of webcams located in 250 world countries.

He used it to get full access to victims PCs, including their web-cameras and microphones.

Discussing the stream, 2ch users discovered that they can deceive even the owners of laptops with indicators, which light up when a software requests access to the camera.

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