Guy who "fixed" women's computers spied through their webcams


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#2

A creepy computer nerd? Just when you think you understand the world...


#3

sounds like he should have worked for the NSA


#4

This is why I always remove my hard drive when I take my computer in to be fixed.


#5

This thing is like unto that thing:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YvAYIJSSZY


#6

Well, if you keep that hard drive out of your computer, it'll be 'fixed'..


#7

If GCHQ does it, it's ok....


#8

Put a piece of tape over your camera ladies!


#9

Watch it again with sound on MUTE.


#10

We're not all that bad. I'd NEVER think of setting up software to spy on what you're doing...

... I just grab the photos and videos of the stuff you've already done!


#11

Meanwhile, another major security bug uncovered...

Much worse than the Apple bug.. And it's Linux, FFS.

Eavesdropping on Linux users? It's easier than you think.


#12

Do as they say, not at as they do, I suppose.


#13

A forensics expert claims that this sort of thing is "very common."

Why, your own government does it on a daily basis. For your protection.


#14

Wow, haven't heard that since the 80s.

Hadn't seen the clip before, the pathetic ending was like a gut-punch of 80s mediocrity... reminded me of so much crapness. It really was visceral; I haven't seen anything that lame yet so familiar in its lameness for a long time.

What's the inverse of nostalgia? Or maybe I'm after the contrapositive; can't remember my logic lessons.

/remembers subject of thread

Oh wait, never mind - the nostalgia's back.


#15

Only people who have something to hide from a pervy voyeur need worry about this form of surveillance.


#16

Perhaps a backlit printout of goatse?


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