With the huge increase of people working from home due to Covid-19, millions of home laptops and desktops are laying around open, and with Zoom calls demanding our cameras to be open, webcam hacking even is a hot commodity for hackers these days. Webcam hacking, or ‘camfecting’ (camera + infecting), is a hacking technique that enables the hacker to remotely take control over another person’s webcam, without that person’s knowledge or permission.
It’s clear to everyone that we are living in unprecedented times. Almost overnight, many of us have had to reassess how we work, socialize, do our groceries, and just about every other activity. Covid-19, and the social and economic upheaval many of us are feeling, has acted as a beacon to hackers. We can fight them by being vigilant against these threats – now more than ever.
- November 25th, 2019
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antivirus, PC security, performance
We all want to protect our computer from viruses and cyberattacks. After all, it contains our most sensitive information – credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, important documents and pictures, and more. But sometimes safeguarding our information at the expense of a slow computer doesn’t seem to be worth the frustration. The constant freezing, CTRL+ALT+Delete-ing, and restarting could drive a person to throw their computer out the window. Many go on to blame their antivirus for their sluggish computer. But is your antivirus really the one slowing down your computer? The answer to that is a bit complex.