LONDON — If you have a webcam, baby monitor or home security camera, you should probably change your password now.
A Russian website is collecting live footage from homes and businesses across the world and posting it online.
We trust that the members on these sites are genuine because of their member verification methods.
1,000 new singles joining every day from all around Australia – has been introducing thousands of singles since 1997.
Many of these girls use the site to make a living, while others think of it as a hobby. Some use expensive, high-end equipment, while others are working off a cheap Wal-Mart webcam.
It recommends changing the default password for any new device - which is the login the Russian hackers have exploited - and checking available security settings.
They're "working with other global data protection and privacy authorities on collaborative action connected to the website showing unsecure webcam images," it says in a blog on the ICO website. "I want the Russians to take this down straight away …
We now want to take very prompt action working with the Federal Trade Commission in the States to get this thing closed down." "But the more important thing is to get the message out to consumers to take those security measures.
"Remember, if you can access your video footage over the Internet then what is stopping someone else from doing the same?
" The security breach has prompted a global response.