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You have to get past a firewall or install some type of malware to infect a machine,” said Erik Knight, founder and chief executive of Simple Wan, a Phoenix-based tech company.“Places like the National Security Agency certainly have these abilities but, generally, hackers have to feed you something first.”Hackers can hide the RATs in applications that users download from the Internet.They can also embed them in email attachments or emailed hyperlinks that ask a potential victim things like, “Do you want to hear an interesting new song?
Not to creep you out, but someone might be spying on you. The web-connected cameras on your laptop and cellphone — and your doggie-cam and baby monitor, too — are digital peepholes for hackers.
Now one woman in the Netherlands has learned just how intrusive these gadgets can be after buying a cheap version from the Dutch retailer Action.
Rilana Hamer, who recently graduated from university and works at a financial services firm, thought the webcam would be a good way to keep an eye on her puppy while she was at work.
But it turned out that she was the one that was being monitored.
Hamer was with a pal when she noticed the rotating camera swivel to look at her from across the room.