According to Mashable, an app can be purchased that could easily allow you to hack someone’s connected web camera and spy on them. The software will scan IP addresses for weak passwords and give just about anyone access to a camera that is connected to the internet.
This potentially malicious software has become a popular topic in Chinese online chat rooms such as QQ Messenger.
Mobile data forensics provider Cellebrite is an Israel-based company known for its laptop-sized device called the Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) that can rip data from mobile phones.
Cellebrite has been providing forensic solutions to US federal and state law enforcement agencies in the past.
Passwords, which are designed to create security, have become the weakness that hackers have used in 85 percent of hacks over the last decade. Lots of companies, for instance, have lost millions of dollars in the past because of it.
The scarlet letter as a form of punishment is back, it's just not written in red anymore; it's written in Tweets, and Facebook posts, and blogs, and shares.
It's yet another blow to the Duggar family's image after the news of the eldest Duggar having sexually abused five young girls--four of whom are his sisters.
However, there's another important person whose life will be affected by his wrongdoing: his wife, Anna. Cellebrite, one of the most popular companies in the mobile phone hacking industry has itself been hacked resulting in 900GB of confidential data leakage.The leaked data includes databases, customer information, and technical data regarding company’s products.CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago man was sentenced Tuesday to nine months in prison for hacking the electronic accounts of 30 celebrities and stealing private information, including nude videos and photos.Edward Majerczyk, 29, also was ordered to pay ,700 in restitution for counseling services for one undisclosed celebrity victim whose photos were disseminated online.However, the company confirmed that the stolen data includes contact information of users registered for alerts or notifications on Cellebrite products and hashed passwords for users.