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When it works, the only evidence that the camera was ever accessed is a near instant and oh-so-easy-to-miss blink of the LED indicator.
[UPDATE: Google has acknowledged and fixed the bug in Chrome with version 27.0.1453.116, released six days after our initial report on 6/13] You can test the proof of concept yourself here (Heads Up: If you consider girls in bikinis to be NSFW, that link is NSFW.
Outlined by security consultant Egor Homakov, the hack brings in a few old tricks to work around Flash’s requirement that a user explicitly grants a website permission before it can access their camera or microphone.The basic technique, dubbed Clickjacking, is nothing new.I’d actually generally avoid writing about things like this, if it were new, to keep the word from spreading before the companies got a chance to fix it — but these techniques are already well known in the hacking world.As an All Access Pass subscriber, you’ll receive access to any newly-released content during your subscription period.Our live online class interface provides a live-streamed video of the instructor’s presentation, as well as a chat feature for submitting questions and interacting with the instructor in real-time.
Also, it’ll take a picture of you, though the author claims he’s not storing them — but clarifies that someone could, if they wanted).