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(Wardle used to work for NASA and the NSA.) He calls the technique “piggybacking,” because it relies on a computer’s user to do most of the legwork: Instead of secretly turning on the webcam without the user’s permission, piggybacking malware simply waits until the webcam is active, and then records everything it sees.

The piggybacking process is simple: A malware program quietly running in the background of a computer checks periodically to see if someone has activated the camera.

On the one-year anniversary of her death, her former best friend Blaire Lily is in a Skype chat with her boyfriend Mitch Roussel, during which they agree to lose their virginities to each other on prom night.

Shortly afterwards, they are interrupted by their classmates Jess Felton, Ken Smith, and Adam Sewell.

The group notices a user named "billie227" in their chat, who was not invited by any of the participants.

Wardle emphasizes that the piggybacking technique doesn’t take advantage of any unknown vulnerability or manipulate Apple’s operating systems.

It uses only legitimate features built into mac OS—just in a clever and potentially dangerous way. It could, Wardle says, but he hasn’t seen any examples other than the program he himself built to test his theory.

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