Hackers are reportedly even selling compromised webcams and archived webcam content for as low as

Hackers are reportedly even selling compromised webcams and archived webcam content for as low as $1.Worse yet, they could even turn off the webcam indicator light so you won't even know if it has been turned on remotely. RAT malware could infect your computer via a number of ways.

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Hackers are reportedly even selling compromised webcams and archived webcam content for as low as $1.

.Worse yet, they could even turn off the webcam indicator light so you won't even know if it has been turned on remotely. RAT malware could infect your computer via a number of ways.

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Still, it's concerning that many people aren't all that worried about webcam peeping.

Remote hackers can use malware dubbed RAT (Remote Access Trojan), to take over your computer completely, turn on your webcam without your knowledge and maliciously spy on you.

According to a recent survey, more than 60 percent of computer users do not cover their webcam.

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