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The idea of a hacker being able to co-opt these digital eyes to capture us in our most intimate moments makes our ability to secure these digital eyes especially worrisome.The utility of cameras, especially for physical security purposes, has made them one of the most common devices being connected to the so-called Internet of Things or, as Mikko Hypponen, F-Secure’s Chief Research Officer calls it, “the Internet of Insecure Things.” is connected.The latest story from the Edward Snowden leaks yesterday drives home that the NSA and its spy partners possess specialized tools for doing exactly that.According to , the NSA uses a plug-in called GUMFISH to take over cameras on infected machines and snap photos.“An unauthenticated attacker can persistently compromise these cameras by employing a number of different methods leading to full loss of confidentiality, integrity and availability, depending on the actions of the attacker.” These vulnerabilities — 18 in total, with all 18 found in the Opticam i5, and several in the Foscam C2, as well — make it possible to remotely take control of these stand-alone cams, which are often used to detect unwanted visitors.

Spy tools, whether designed by intelligence agencies, cyber crooks or internet creeps, can turn your camera on without illuminating the indicator light.

Mirai scours the Web for Io T devices protected by little more than factory-default usernames and passwords, and then enlists the devices in attacks that hurl junk traffic at an online target until it can no longer accommodate legitimate visitors or users.

According to researchers at security firm Flashpoint, today’s attack was launched at least in part by a Mirai-based botnet.

'The all day disruption of DNS services first in the Eastern USA and later impacting customers of Dyn, a DNS provider, globally might be the beginning of a new era of internet attacks conducted via 'smart' things,' said Chester Wisniewski, principal research scientist from security firm Sophos.

'Going forward, it is critical that manufacturers eliminate default passwords and ensure devices can be remotely and automatically updated against security threats to help prevent this type of event recurring'.