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Each of these tweets includes sexually suggestive photos and shortened links using either Bitly or Google’s URL shortener, goo.gl,” the blog added.
After clicking on the links, users will be redirected to an intermediate landing page, advertising an adult dating/sex personals’ website.
A one night stand, a swinger, a fuck buddy, someone looking for BDSM, webcam sex, or just somebody interested in regular 'ol dating?
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Instead, they used like tweets and follow other users with the hope that they will visit the compromised profiles out of curiosity.
The links also include an affiliate tag which identifies where traffic originates from.
(Left) A list of users offering a means to hack into webcams; (Middle) A user proffering means to hack into a webcam; (Right) Lewd pictures taken off webcams that are being used to advertise compromised webcams Lists of up to 200 to 400 compromised cameras and their login credentials are given away each day for free and downloaded by hundreds of people, CCTV reported.
The lists are given away for free, so as to market the software.
During the course of investigation, Symantec revealed that numerous accounts belonging to famous personalities as well.
“During our investigation into this campaign, we found a few notable compromised Twitter accounts belonging to electrofunk band Chromeo as well as an international journalist from The Telegraph.