Sex chat hacked by internet
The BSAs still tell us though what "average" wannabe hackers seem to be interested in breaking into, namely: websites, online games, wifi and phones.Cars, pacemakers, fridges and power plants are not on the list, suggesting that these targets are apparently not yet "popular" enough.
Let's call it the "Basic Sporadic Annoyance" (BSA), just to come up with a new acronym :).
Today, is frequently used to refer to anyone from a single individual who can successfully guess a password to gain access to an email account, to large networks of individuals – hackers – attempting a coordinated break-in to protected systems and resources.
Less commonly, the term can also refer in a positive way to someone who implements clever but perhaps inelegant solutions to complex computing problems.
Working to use the internet safely can become second nature, and then you won’t have to worry about whether or not your video chat is being recorded.
While looking for something else, I discovered that Google (of course) knows what people are trying to hack lately: Agreed, this information is not overly useful.