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I’m sure many of you have seen people with stickers over their webcams and wondered why (probably writing that person off as paranoid).
The National Crime Agency (NCA) said it received information from a social networking site about an individual "who was coercing children and vulnerable adults to commit sexual acts online via a webcam".
The perpetrator would threaten to distribute the images to friends and family unless the victim performed further sexual acts – trapping them in a cycle of abuse where demands became "more extreme".
Metasploit's Meterpreter has a built-in module for controlling the remote system's webcam.
The first thing we need to do is to check if there is a web cam, and if there is, get its name.
If you, or someone you know, has been approached by someone online which has made you feel uncomfortable, you can contact Childline on 0800 1111 or make a report to specialist officers at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre via police.uk/safety-centre.
The key is to get the Meterpreter installed on their system first.
I've shown how to do this in some of my previous articles, where you could get the victim to click on a link to our malicious website, send a malicious Microsoft Office document or Adobe Acrobat file, and more.
(Source: NCA)Don't panic – The police say they will take your case seriously, will deal with it in confidence and will not judge.
Don't pay – Many victims who have paid have continued to get more demands for higher amounts of money. Suspend your Facebook account (but don't delete it) and use the online reporting process to report the matter to Skype, You Tube etc.