Hundreds of thousands of home cameras cracked, naked lenses for 10-20 yuan

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 Hundreds of thousands of home cameras cracked, naked lenses for 10-20 yuan


Recently, police in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province cracked a case of illegally controlling home use cameras and arrested 32 suspects in more than 20 provinces.

In June 2019, the police of Yongjia County Public Security Bureau in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province found in an online inspection that Zhou, a man in the area, sold home camera cracking tools and controlled home camera account codes in social software such as QQ, and a large number of private videos. Judging from the shooting angle and content of the videos, the police found that all the people involved were filmed and recorded without knowledge, and the location involved family lying down Room, clothing store, beauty salon, etc.

The police immediately arrested Zhou. After interrogation, Zhou explained that he joined a QQ group selling video accounts and passwords because of curiosity. By logging in to these accounts, he could watch the monitoring pictures in real time and peep into other peoples privacy. In addition to trading, he could exchange account information with each other. Zhou had more and more resources. In order to gain more benefits, he built his own account Set up QQ group to attract buyers.

Li xiuou, police officer of Yongjia County Public Security Bureau in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province: the price of naked lens or pornographic content is between 10-20 yuan. If the camera account code is specially private, it may be sold to 50-100 yuan.

After deep excavation along the line, the task force successively seized 31 suspects in more than 20 provinces across the country, seized hundreds of thousands of cracked camera accounts, and initially investigated the amount of more than 100000 yuan.

Police said that the case is a new type of cyber hacker crime, which not only seriously infringes the privacy of citizens, but also is more likely to bring blackmail, blackmail, damage to network security and other greater harm.

Li xiuou, police officer of the Public Security Bureau of Yongjia County, Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province: it is understood that the decipherment is basically the original password, without changing the password. Remind everyone, the first is to install their own camera after the password must be changed, the second is not to install the camera in a relatively special place of privacy.

At present, the people involved in the case have been taken criminal coercive measures, and the case is still under further investigation.

Source: CCTV Financial Editor: Wang Fengzhi, nt2541