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Rigo used his ex-girlfriend’s details to pay for and download the Blackshades malware, a tool which gives the user complete control over target computers, wherever they are in the world.
The software can turn victims’ webcams on and off, access banking or other personal information, download new and potentially illegal content, and instruct the victim’s computer to help commit acts of criminality such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDo S) attacks.
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He was sentenced to a 40 week suspended sentence, seven years on the sex offenders register, 200 hours of unpaid work and the forfeiture of all his computer equipment.
Angela Mc Kenna, senior investigating officer for the NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit, said: “Users of these tools are continuing to find that despite having no physical contact or interaction with their victims, they can still be identified, tracked down and brought to justice by the NCA and its partners.”To help reduce the risk to individuals and businesses from malicious RAT use, the NCA continues to urge everybody to avoid clicking on unknown links, or files sent from unidentified or suspicious sources”.
Intrigued, she crawls over to the monitor and grabs it while grinning.
Criminals use the identity of attractive women (who may have been coerced into these actions themselves) to befriend victims online, persuade them to perform sexual acts in front of their webcam, record them, and then threaten to share images with their friends and family, the NCA explains.
Victims of this so-called "sextortion" have more than doubled from 385 to 864 in the past year, and that's just those who have reported the crime.
Some of the paedophiles set up profiles pretending to be much younger than they are to lure girls into a false sense of security.
And because Facebook does not properly verify the age of youngsters who join up, it means that pre-teens with pages on the site could be at risk of being groomed.