"Google is working to resolve the issue and plans to provide a fix this week," she added.
The vulnerability would be potentially handy for both perverts and NSA-style spies.
There, he ran into three grad students who told him where to find popular RATs like “darkcomet” and “poison ivy.” To them, it was common knowledge.“They said, ‘Well, if you want to get a hold of them, go to You Tube.
You Tube’s one of the places where you can find them right away,’” Benson recalls.
The Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association could not immediately be reached for comment on Thursday night.
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"This works precisely like regular clickjacking - you click on a transparent flash object, it allows access to Camera/Audio channel.
Voila, attacker sees and hears you," Homakov explains in a blog post.
But there’s also a strain of videos that teaches users basic, unsophisticated hacking.The as yet unpatched vulnerability creates a means to seize control of webcams without permission before siphoning off video and audio from victims' PCs.The clickjack-style flaw was uncovered by security consultant Egor Homakov, who developed a harmless proof-of-concept exploit to underline his concerns and push for an early fix.Attention motorists: Winter tire and chain-up regulations are in effect from October 1 to March 31. More information Attention motorists: Spring weather can make highway conditions in B. unpredictable, particularly through high mountain passes. Please be prepared and be aware that winter tires and chains may still be needed.More information Learn about how the flooding in British Columbia is affecting travel and how we are working to resolve the issues.