Thomas Floss, a data protection advisor, discovered cases while visiting schools for presentations on data protection and sensible behavior on internet. The Local reported, “on examining one of the computers, Floss discovered a so-called Trojan computer program which was being used to control the equipment, and which had been spread via the chat service ICQ.” Hacker traced and when police arrived several live feeds to bedrooms were on individual’s computer. Floss adds there is at least one student at each school, after visiting 50-60 schools, who report light doesn’t turn off as it should when webcam is off–a possible indication a Trojan program is in control.
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