Adult webcam contacts
Watching pornographic material on your smartphone or tablet can carry huge risks, research by Wandera has revealed.
The study conducted by the security firm revealed some of the risks when watching pornography online.
Hackers seize control of the webcam remotely – recording potentially embarrassing footage of the victim watching adult content online.
The cybercriminals demand a ransom, threatening to release the footage online for everyone to see if their demands are not met.
Cybercriminals then reach out and connect with a person, quickly encouraging them to perform certain acts with the webcam on.
Although it can be tempting, those threatened by these types of scam should not pay the ransom.“Do not pay the ransom,” CERT NZ cautions.“It can be tempting to pay money to make the problem go away.
In similar cases overseas, the scammers continue to ask for more money once the first ransom is paid.“Do not contact the scammers.
CERT NZ advises users to only accept friend invitations from people that you know in real life.“This means someone you know personally, or someone you know is a real person, like a celebrity or public figure,” the firm adds.• If you need to talk to someone, Samaritans is available round the clock, every single day of the year, providing a safe place to talk for anyone who is struggling to cope.• Please call 116 123 (this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill) or visit to find details of your nearest branch.
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