If you have an web-connected camera, you should change your password ASAP.
For just 188 yuan ($28), you can buy software that would allow you to hack into connected cameras, Chinese state broadcaster CCTV warns.
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Such software can easily scan for and access vulnerable devices, which are commonly used as baby monitors and surveillance cameras in the home.
Hackers in China have also set up large groups on social networks such as QQ, to offer usernames and passwords to compromised devices.
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