We will continue to educate consumers that changing default passwords is extremely important to protect themselves from unwanted intruders.”According to cyber security expert Caroline Baylon at the thinktank Chatham House, it’s incredibly easy for hackers to access webcams as many people never bother to change their passwords.“But this is not just a problem that involves webcams, it involves everything on the internet,” Baylon says.Both Occupy Pedofilyay and its smaller sister movement, "Occupy Gerontilyaj" (Occupy Gerontophilia), have garnered a substantial following on Russian social media over the past year, spawning hundreds of fan pages and dedicated satellite groups on VKontakte (VK) — Russia’s Facebook equivalent.Both are modeled on the same form of vigilante justice, and they target different sides of the same coin; Occupy Pedofilyay aims to catch pedophiles, while Gerontilyaj focuses on teenage boys who agree to have sex with older men, allegedly in exchange for money.According to his sources, he says, 'there was an established exchange of information between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin of mutual benefit.'" The document is first dated June 20, 2016.It consists of several unverifiable periodic reports made throughout the summer, according to Mother Jones.A Linksys spokesperson told the BBC: “We are still trying to determine which Linksys IP cameras are referenced on the site.
They wrote that broadcasting the footage was the only way to "contact a million" users.
One sex tape toppled a prosecutor general on an anti-corruption crusade. And Russia, said one Federal Security Service colonel, has not lost its taste for kompromat, despite the flat-out denial by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov. Trump himself rejected the allegations, first in tweets and then during a news conference in New York. Russia, however, has made no attempt to hide its support for Trump, whom many Russian leaders see as less adversarial than Clinton.
At the news conference, Trump acknowledged for the first time that he thinks Russia was responsible for hacking the Democratic National Committee.
Instead, he’s greeted by a group of young Russians who proceed to lecture, humiliate, and abuse him. The boy he met online was a decoy — a fake online persona created to lure him into a trap.
Like spiders toying with a fresh fly, the young Russians behind the operation ridicule and excoriate the alleged pedophile, forcing him to pose with dildos, painting his face, and pouring urine over his head.