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"The hacker posted information about the breach online; thereafter, hackers posted links to the live feeds for nearly 700 of respondent's IP cameras," the FTC wrote in its complaint (PDF).

The latest emails are being sent from genuine email accounts and are "almost unblockable," Sec Guru explained.You don't know me and you're probably wondering why you're getting this mail, right?In fact, I actually installed a malware on the adult videos (adult porn) site and there's more, you visited this site to experience fun (you know what I mean).The US Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint against security camera maker Trend Net for allegedly misrepresenting its software as "secure." The complaint came after hackers breached Trend Net's Web site and accessed videos from 700 users' live-camera feeds -- many of these videos were published on the Internet.Trend Net agreed to settle the claim on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

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