Friday, October 9, 2015

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Webcam hacker used Blackshades malware to spy on his victims

A hacker from Leed has been found guilty of spying on unsuspecting victims for between five and 12 hours each day, seeing everything they did in front of their computer.. The hacker whose name is Stefan Rigo, has been found guilty of voyeurism offenses after he used Blackshades malware to spy on unsuspecting victims via webcam.

According to BBC News, Rigo pleaded guilty back into July to one count of voyeurism and one count of another computer-related offense. The documents filed in the court reveal that Rigo used his ex-girlfriend’s credit card to purchase Blackshades malware, a well known remote access trojan (RAT) that surreptitiously infects users’ computers

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