Techbytes: Russian Hackers Tap Into Nearly 5,000 US Web Cams

The hackers entered surveillance and nanny cameras through default passwords.
1:00 | 11/21/14

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Transcript for Techbytes: Russian Hackers Tap Into Nearly 5,000 US Web Cams
If tech by two Russian hackers peering right into our homes. They've had nearly 5000 web cams in the US. From outdoor surveillance cameras to indoor nanny cams they did about entering the cameras default passwords which many users don't even bother to. Changed Comcast has good news for anyone who spent the day waiting for the cable we've all been here before just had this issue yesterday actually look bring combat that is testing a new feature which sends users and alert when they're technician is thirty minutes away. It then allows use to track the text movements in real time. And take a look at San Francisco's new high tech security guards the five foot. Tall three pout 300 pound robot still carry weapons but. They are fully equipped with video cameras and motion sensors and when they encountered trouble they begin to streamline images back to about human. Command center so they're not on with the Cuban and I don't think we're flying drones used to the rings around the back. So bad for you take months.

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