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When it works, the only evidence that the camera was ever accessed is a near instant and oh-so-easy-to-miss blink of the LED indicator.[UPDATE: Google has acknowledged and fixed the bug in Chrome with version 27.0.1453.116, released six days after our initial report on 6/13] You can test the proof of concept yourself here (Heads Up: If you consider girls in bikinis to be NSFW, that link is NSFW.Chances are you’re safe so don’t freak out, but you should be aware that the possibility exists.There was a time when webcam hacking wasn’t a mainstream thing, but times have changed and nowadays it’s a real threat that’s being put to the microscope thanks to spying programs like PRISMThe National Security Agency in the US has access to whatever data you're storing with US service providers like Google Microsoft, Yahoo, and Facebook.When she logged into her Facebook account after work the next day, there was a message from someone she didn’t know, which made her immediately uncomfortable, since her settings only allowed friends to message her.The person contacting her was named Mahmoud Abdo and his message read: “Realy,cute couple [sic]” along with snapshot of Clark and her boyfriend in bed.The account, which listed the user’s location in Cairo, Egypt, appeared to be fake. Clark immediately went to the police, who seized her boyfriend’s computer for analysis and continue to investigate.
I’d actually generally avoid writing about things like this, if it were new, to keep the word from spreading before the companies got a chance to fix it — but these techniques are already well known in the hacking world.In fact, a post on Adobe’s security blog suggests that they fixed the bug (or a similar one) way back in 2011. We tested the proof of concept on the latest build of Chrome for Mac, and it pulled from our webcam without issue or any visible prompt.“No user action or Flash Player product update are required,” it reads. Others have found the exploit to work on IE10, but it seems to be patched on the most recent releases of Safari and Firefox.Settling in for a cozy night with Netflix can result in some creepy consequences, as one Toronto woman recently learned.Chelsea Clark was in bed watching movies with her boyfriend last month on a laptop they used primarily for the streaming website.