Home security cams hacked in Singapore, and stolen footage sold on adult websites

Graham Cluley writes that Singapore residents have discovered the ugly truth that video from their in-home security cams has been hacked and embarrassing footage put up for sale:

as local media reports, clips stolen from more than 50,000 hacked cameras have been uploaded to pornographic websites, and X-rated footage sold to people prepared to pay a subscription fee of US $150.

As Singapore’s The New Paper describes, videos surreptitiously stolen from hacked cameras feature couples, breastfeeding mums, and even teenagers and children – with many captured in “various states of undress or compromising positions.”

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