|Nov 6, 2012, 11:07 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 03:46 PM.
|Nov 7, 2012, 07:17 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.
Twelve Macs, four iPhones, two iPads and zero iPods.
0.1 petabyte of storage.
Canon EOS-1Dc, 5D Mk3 and Arri Alexa.
Don't complain your Mac is slow if it doesn't have SSD.
|Nov 7, 2012, 07:35 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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