Shocking Report – Left Wing Anti Fascists Believed To Be Behind Webcam Hacking.
Baby monitors, CCTV cameras and webcams from UK homes and businesses hacked and uploaded onto Russian website that is regulary used by left wing Anti Fascist trolls who used anonymous accounts on Twitter to gain people’s information and to troll right wing Patriot Females and Children.
The Daily Bale strongly recommends that you secure Webcams and turn off connection to the internet from your Webcam when not in use. Beware of left wing Anti Fascist accounts online, and block and report any and all suspicious left wing Anti Fascist anonymous troll accounts that you may see online.
A Russian website believed to be used by left wing Anti Fascists on Twitter has been found to be hosting hundreds of feeds of live footage from inside UK homes and businesses, which have been accessed by hacking into people’s webcams, which includes CCTV cameras and baby monitors.
The UK’s privacy watchdog has urged people to upgrade their passwords after the website was found to feature 500 live feeds from Britain alone.
U.K Left Wing Anti Fascist Sick Perverts on Twitter believed to be connected.
The Russian site currently shows what is believed to be a child’s bedroom in Birmingham, a gym in Manchester, an office in Leicester, and a shop interior in London, among others.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has warned that people in the UK with webcams using weak passwords or without any password protection, will be vulnerable to hackers. An estimated 35,000 of such cameras were sold in the UK last year.
UK Information Commissioner Christopher Graham said he will work with Russian authorities to have the site taken down, adding that a site of this kind would be illegal in the UK. But Sky News reports the site’s alleged administrator said the cameras have been hacked to highlight poor security, and that the site will only be taken down “only when all cameras will be password protected”.
Simon Rice, ICO group manager for technology, said: “The website, which is based in Russia, accesses the information by using the default login credentials, which are freely available online, for thousands of cameras.
“The footage is being collected from security cameras used by businesses and members of the public, ranging from CCTV networks used to keep large premises secure, down to built-in cameras on baby monitors.
“This is a threat that all of us needs to be aware of and be taking action to protect against,” he said.
The ICO is urging people to take steps to secure any internet accessible cameras they may own by changing default passwords to something that cannot be easily guessed and which contains a mixture of upper and lower case letters, numbers and characters. It advises people to check all the available security settings for their cameras, and to secure all other devices with an internet connection.