New security warning for in-home smart cameras. Hackers target home security cameras: “I’m coming for your baby”. Home security cameras are leaving users vulnerable to frightening cyberattacks. The incidents include hackers targeting Amazon Ring cameras around the country and shouting at residents, blasting music and setting off the system’s alarm, according to CNET.
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A Mississippi family reported this week that a voice over their Ring camera told their 8-year-old that he was Santa Claus and asked if they could be friends. In October, a California man reported that his home Nest camera in his 18-month-old’s room had been hacked. In that instance, a woman’s voice was heard yelling, “I’m coming for your baby,” to the couple’s nanny, who was also in the room.
Man hacks Ring camera in 8-year-old girl’s bedroom, taunts her: ‘I’m Santa Claus’. A Tennessee family said someone hacked a Ring security camera set up in their children’s bedroom and taunted their 8-year-old daughter.
The LeMay family, of Memphis, said they installed the device to keep an eye on their daughters. A few days later, the family said a stranger had gained access to the device and was talking to the little girl.
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Hackers are getting really good at hacking Ring cameras and the results are terrifying. In case you needed another reminder of the potentially terrifying downside of having a Wi-Fi-connected security camera in your home, consider this: it’s surprisingly easy for hackers to gain access to them.
Hackers have created software that essentially streamlines the process, and are selling and sharing it on internet forums, Motherboard reported. The exploit is possible not because of any one vulnerability in Ring’s software, but rather how it takes advantage of insecure passwords in order to get into the accounts in question.
This is much more than a theoretical vulnerability. There have been reports all around the country of people encountering strangers on the other end of their in-home security camera.
Recently, local news in Tennessee reported on a distressing incident in which a hacker yelled racial slurs at an 8-year-old girl in her bedroom just four days after her mother set up a new Ring camera she had gotten from a Black Friday deal.
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