Eighteen Years Dutchman put webcam stolen nude photos online




Eighteen Years Dutchman put webcam stolen nude photos online ‘

By Joost Schellevis , Friday, December 13, 2013 10:42, comments: 229 , Views: 41,460 • Feedback

An eighteen-year-old hacker was arrested by police after he would certainly have been hacked. Thousand computers The boy stole according to the public include nude photos of webcams and spread via the social media accounts of the victims.

Police logo The police came to the eighteen year old Dutchman on the track after a teen nude photos she had created, but was removed again saw again in her social media account. “We want to protect not elaborate her,” said spokeswoman Jeichien the Count of the Public Prosecutor. After the arrest of the boy in October, the police found out that he had been hacked. Certainly two thousand computers in the Netherlands and abroad

The boy made according to police unnoticed pictures through the webcam of his victims. On the PC, the hacker “lots of pictures” found, says the Public Prosecutor. “We have a total of 42 million records found,” said spokeswoman De Graaf. “It ranged from very innocent to pornography and child pornography.”

Some of the nude photos of the suspect would have spread Rotterdam. Using the social media accounts of the victims The eighteen-year-old boy would thereby have spread, and he therefore made possible by hacking, not only guilty but also to the distribution of child pornography. Photographs of minors in sexual poses’

In addition, the arrested Dutchman was probably also responsible for the steal someone’s computer and publishing the pre-university exams French, last summer. There is still further research into this area, according to the Prosecution. Someone who was arrested for hacking into the final exam, rather more. Suspect not now

The Dutchman was the PCs of its victims are invaded by malware posing themselves as innocent pictures or messages that appeared to originate from friends. In reality, this was a remote-access toolkit, which the boy could have remotely administer the computer. Victims In doing so he could get under the PPS file and turn on the webcam. Hitman Pro SurfRight can remove the malware, so advises the National Cyber ​​Security Center.


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