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That’s not hard to understanding; keeping up with cyber threats is bewildering. of Mountain View said it identified 430 million new and unique pieces of malware last year — a 36-percent increase over 2014.
Scott, however, said that a major clue is if the little LED light next to your camera is on, even when you’re not using it.
Once you’ve done this, and you’ve rid your computer of any malware lurking about, you can reinstall the drivers and disable the firewall rule.
Fortunately, there are ways you can avoid going through this whole ordeal in the first place. First things first – cover your cameras when you’re not using them.
And once they’ve watched you for long enough, chances are they’ll try their luck blackmailing you with something they’ve seen.
So how can you tell if your camera has been compromised? James Scott, senior fellow at the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology in the US, recently published a paper called: ‘America Exposed: Who’s Watching You Through Your Computer’s Camera?