|Nov 6, 2012, 10:07 AM||#1|
FaceTime spying on me?
I never use FaceTime on my MacBook but I noticed the green webcam light turned on and FaceTime was running in the background (it turned itself on!)? I quickly shut it off and didn't even notice any video up on the screen. I'm just wondering is there a way to check to see if this was innocent or something more nefarious going on?! Should I look for something in the log files to give me a clue?
Last edited by Chauncebrook; Nov 6, 2012 at 02:46 PM.
|Nov 7, 2012, 06:17 AM||#2|
I have resorted to taping a short length of opaque cellophane tape over the camera in case some peeping tom is spying on me.
13 Macs, 4 iPhones, 2 iPads and 0 iPods.
Canon EOS-1Dc, 5D Mk3 and Arri Alexa.
Locking down Macs was a good move.
People who refuse to update software are bozos to me.
|Nov 7, 2012, 06:35 AM||#4|
Ha! Yeah, I actually did that but I was hoping I could dig into the computer and figure out what triggered it? I spent some time looking at the log files but just don't know enough about what I'm looking at! If nothing else I will continue my efforts and use this if nothing else as way to learn more about these sorts of things! Thanks for the replies though.
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