It is the choice of many people to install monitoring in their residences and shops to ensure the safety of property. However, some criminals have illegally controlled hundreds of thousands of domestic cameras through App cracking tools, and then the account passwords of these cameras, Hack tools or shoot private videos for sale.
Recently, the police in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, cracked a case of illegally controlling home cameras and arrested 32 suspects in more than 20 provinces across the country.
In June 2019, the police of Yongjia County Public Security Bureau in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, found during online inspection that Zhou, a man in the jurisdiction, sold camera cracking tools and controlled home camera account passwords on QQ and other social software, as well as a large number of private videos. Judging from the shooting angle and content of the video, the parties were filmed and recorded without their knowledge, and the locations involved family bedrooms, clothing stores, beauty salons, etc.
The police immediately captured Zhou, and after interrogation, Zhou explained that initially because of curiosity, he joined a QQ group selling surveillance video account passwords. By logging in to these accounts, he could watch the monitoring screen in real time and peep at the privacy of others. You can also exchange account information with each other. Zhou has more and more resources in his hands. In order to gain greater benefits, he has also established a QQ group to solicit buyers.
Li Xiuyi, a policeman from the Public Security Bureau of Yongjia County, Wenzhou, Zhejiang: Bare lenses or more pornographic content sell for between 10-20 yuan. If it is a special privacy camera account password, it may sell for 50-100 yuan.
After digging along the line, the task force successively arrested 31 suspects in more than 20 provinces across the country, seized hundreds of thousands of cracked camera accounts, and initially investigated more than 100,000 yuan.
The police said that the case was a new type of cyber hacking crime, which not only seriously violated the privacy of citizens, but also brought greater harm such as extortion, extortion, and damage to network security.
Li Xiuyi, a policeman from the Public Security Bureau of Yongjia County, Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province: It is understood that the original passwords were basically deciphered without changing the password. Remind everyone that the password must be changed after the first camera is installed, and the second is not to install the camera in a relatively private place.
At present, the people involved have been taken criminal coercive measures, and the case is still under investigation.
(Responsible editor: Sun Dan)