Tony Neate, of the Government's Get Safe Online campaign, said: “As more cases of "ratting" come to light, there is a serious need to educate the public about the methods hackers use to access the private lives of innocent people.“The most at-risk computers are those running older software, and those without up-to-date anti-virus software installed.” There is a range of ways to prevent being spied on, experts said.
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The woman is visible from thousands of kilometres away on a hacker's computer. A picture of old naked men appears in their Web browser, then vanishes as a Mc Afee security product blocks a "dangerous site." "I think someone hacked into our computer," says the young man. The poster was referencing a 134 page thread filled with the images of female "slaves" surreptitiously snapped by hackers using the women's own webcams.
" says a blond woman as she leans back on a couch, bottle-feeding a baby on her lap. Both stare at the computer in horrified fascination. The hacker sends the pair a message that reads "achoo! But, of course, the kinds of people who watch others through their own webcams aren't likely to limit themselves to these sorts of mere hijinks -- not when computers store and webcams record far more intimate material."i enjoy messing with my girl slaves" "Man I feel dirty looking at these pics," wrote one forum poster at Hack Forums, one of the top "aboveground" hacking discussion sites on the internet (it now has more than 23 million total posts).
I'd open random sites [while the person sat at their computer] - shock sites - they'd see a scary picture or someone screaming, and you'd see they were scared. The father-of-five, from Banffshire, Scotland, had watched dozens of women in their own homes, including girls as young as 16.