According to the complaint, Abrahams used malicious software to disguise his identity in order to capture nude photos or videos of victims through remote operation of cameras on their home computers without their consent. FBI spokesperson Laura Eimiller says the illegal activity is no longer taking place. Last month, Wolf told the website of NBC's "Today" show that earlier this year she received an anonymous email in which the sender claimed to have stolen images from the camera on her home computer. Wolf explained that "she received an anonymous email from someone claiming to have nude photos of her taken via the webcam on her computer," reports the L. The spy in your pocket; How your phone can be tricked.
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He is accused of attempting to extort nude photos from Cassidy Wolf after claiming he had obtained private images from the beauty queen's home computer. Photo by Alberto E. Federal authorities revealed that Wolf and about a dozen other women were allegedly victimized by the individual. FBI spokesperson Laura Eimiller says the illegal activity is no longer taking place. Horizon Air employee acted alone in plane theft, crashed intentionally, says FBI. No recall issued after hundreds of Kia and Hyundai vehicles catch fire.