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Beat the end boss at the end of the internet already (boy, wasn't he tough! Want some ideas and fresh online activities to enjoy? Too many of us are locked away in cubicles, tethered behind desks... Beyond Bikes Store (San Diego, CA USA) - Take a peek inside this bicycle shop!
our computer screens are our only Windows and the view is often quite boring. My goal is to introduce you to at least a few good time wasters you didn't know about. When it's open, you can watch bikes being assembled, or spy on customers. I've been there recently and have seen the interesting folk there. Congratulations, you're likely peering into the other side of the world where it's still night (Such as this garden from Yamada Farm, Hiroshima).
Although webcam hacking is uncommon, it’s sensible to be proactive.
With these simple steps, you can protect yourself and your family in the unlikely event that someone tries to hack into your webcam. Activate security features Be certain to install the webcam properly and activate security features.
If the webcam is already installed on your PC (or a smart television), check that the security features are turned on. Set a new password Manufacturers tend to set a default password for all of their products.
This leaves those products vulnerable to hackers, who can easily scan the internet for them.
Taking the security steps above will help ensure that your private life – and that of your family – doesn’t become public.
That way, you can relax and enjoy that chat with your loved ones or colleagues without worrying about snooping eyes and ears.
Passwords should have at least eight characters, containing a mixture of symbols, numbers and both upper- and lowercase letters. Make it clear that they shouldn’t do anything on a webcam that they don’t want other people to see. Be careful what you download Download music, movies and apps only from official sources.
White Mountain (New Hampshire USA, I believe) - Beautiful view, especially this morning. Especially since he has no idea he's being watched...
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Beware of ‘free’ content – it may come with a price if you pick up malicious software too. Avoid links and attachments from unknown sources Think before you click.
Compromised email attachments or links can infect your computer, table or smartphone with malware. Keep valuables out of sight Make sure the webcam isn’t showing the viewer anything in your home that’s particularly valuable or that can identify your location.