amen. if you have something to say, then say it. too grown for that reading between the lines bull shit
That doesn’t sound healthy, especially if your dad wasn’t even fat to begin with.
Thank you! :)
This is a must read about men who hack women’s computers through RATs (Remote Access Tools) to spy on them and capture their images which are then shared for others to comment and make fun of.
Click on the link which includes screen captures of the unsuspecting victims and details of how the hacks take place.
One poster said he had already archived 200GB of webcam material from his slaves. “Mostly I pick up the best bits (funny parts, the ‘good’ [sexual] stuff) and categorize them (name, address, passwords etc.), just for funsake,” he wrote. “For me I don’t have the feeling of doing something perverted, it’s more or less a game, cat and mouse game, with all the bonuses included. The weirdest thing is, when I see the person you’ve been spying on in real life, I’ve had that a couple of times, it just makes me giggle, especially if it’s someone with an uber-weird-nasty habit.” Of course you have no guilt. Because you don’t realize that we’re people.
It just dawned on me that RATs could ruin women’s futures even if they never agreed to share anything and though they were innocently hanging out naked (or whatever) in their houses alone. This has the potential to create massive amounts of next-level revenge porn. (Online privacy and freedom for whom again, nerd-bros?)
People on the ShitRedditSays community have pointed out that the (male) hive mind only approves of nude pictures of everyday women when they’re taken or posted nonconsensually. I’m not completely on-board with the agenda over there, but they’re disturbingly right about that.
And people call me paranoid for covering my webcam lens with a Band-Aid.
Keep in mind that while your webcam creates the most invasive situation, these guys can listen to you via your computer microphone, control your computer remotely and look at every file you save including to remote cloud services like Dropbox. In the article it talks about how they use this to steal passwords, and look at where you save pictures from your phone (in case you have nude selfies) but the implications here are big. Do you work from home? Bank or deal with your finances on your computer? Are you a teacher who creates class material like tests on your computer? A therapist, legal consultant or social worker with highly confidential client material? Do you make important confidential phone calls within earshot of your microphone? All of that is affected.
I had to bug out of the article because it was creeping me so hard but we really need to compile strategies to make sure you don’t get infected with this software and resources for checking for it and removing it. In the wrong hands, this ability could be devastating.