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Just like there are rules to driving a car safely, once you get them memorized, they become second nature as soon as you pull out of the driveway.
For context, consider Skype, which at the end of the fourth quarter of 2009 had 560 million registered users, a data point Skype’s chief technology strategist, Jonathan Rosenberg, shared with the attendees of the e Comm conference currently under way just south of San Francisco. If I’m sure that a hacker is controlling my computer and I was online in my Skype account, in a video call to a friend.Could hackers then see and save a video message during the recording?In other words, can a hacker see my screen and record my video call with my friends and show our faces at the same time?While this does seem like a very specific scenario and a very specific concern, I want to address it because it’s a fine example of what a lot of people just don’t seem to realize, something that’s very important about the nature of hacking, malware, and compromised machines. If your machine has been hacked into or is compromised in some way, then a hacker could certainly record your Skype video calls. He can record your video, your audio, your keystrokes, your mouse movements, your screen; anything you do.Skype, when it was still part of e Bay (s EBAY), issued quarterly updates but those have now stopped.
The downside is that you’ll probably need to get out of your PJ’s and run a comb through your hair for your “phone call” or blog — potentially a big deal for those who work at home.
People seem to like it because communication is more effective and memorable when you can see the other person’s face.
But the problem here is that it’s much, much worse than that. He can copy your data, your history, your programs, your files, your emails, your pictures; anything on your machine.
He can use your computer to send spam, or hack other computers, or spread malware, or hide his location, or do anything.
And if he’s any good as a hacker, he can do almost all of what I just described without you noticing. That’s why people like me harp so hard on staying safe in the first place.
As as soon as you say, “If I’m sure that a hacker is controlling my computer”, without going any further, I can tell you you’re screwed! That’s why we want you to keep your system up to date, run anti-malware scans, and so on. Avoid downloading and installing stuff you don’t need. Don’t open attachments that you aren’t 100% certain are safe. This is all stuff you already know or should already know. I know that it sounds overwhelming, but it’s completely doable and really, it doesn’t have to be a huge imposition.