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Did hackers find a way to capture you while you watch porn?

'Many porn viewing users have received a message that their hackers have recorded it while viewing a pornographic video. The frightening threat is spread through scam emails and porn malware can steal people's passwords as well as their private and financial data.

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The malware has been named Varenyky, and was discovered by ESET researchers, who said it was mainly aimed at Windows 10 users. Malicious pornographic software is able to record the activity of the victim on the screen, so hackers can spy on victims to see what kind of pornographic videos they are watching.

In a post by, ESET He said: "We believe spambot is constantly evolving and has changed a lot since the first time we saw it." They added: “We called this new malware Varenyky, and on 22 July, ESET researchers found that the first fraud campaign was launched.

"This spambot is interesting because it can steal passwords, spy on its victims' screens using FFmpeg when watching pornographic content online and communicating with the C & C server via Tor, while the spam is sent as a regular web traffic. "

This campaign has so far only targeted people in France, with the dissemination being via email and is a fake phone bill.

ESET said no one appears to have been a victim of Varenyky. But anyone who has downloaded the fake account and been allowed to run it runs the risk of accessing sensitive data.

The message works by saying that they have video footage of people accessing pornographic websites through his camera laptop their.

He then said that if the victim does not pay the ransom, the video will be released to all of their contacts. Receiving a message indicating that your personal browsing on Internet it is going to be revealed to the world, it is extremely unpleasant and it seems that some people are paying the ransom.

However, it is worth remembering that it is very unlikely that your camera was used to capture you or that a cyber criminal has any access to his data. browser or your contacts. These messages are simply sent to millions of people, in the hope that some will be scared, not understand that they are fraudulent and will pay for ransom.

Teo Ehchttps://www.secnews.gr
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