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Foscam, the maker of the monitors hacked in both incidents, sells devices for around 0 that allow parents to keep an eye on their kids remotely through their smartphone or an Internet browser."Updating firmware is extremely important, especially if the devices in question are more than six months old," Foscam wrote in a statement to NBC News.The NCA has launched a new public awareness campaign to give advice to those who have been, or are likely to be, targeted.The NPCC's lead for kidnap, extortion, and adult sexual offences Martin Hewitt said: “Our message to those who are targeted: don’t pay and don’t panic – call us for help.Schoolboy Ronan Hughes, who killed himself at the age of 17, was one of the four suicides linked to the crime, the BBC reports.In October, a 31-year-old man was charged by police investigating Hughes' death, the BBC reported.
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Once they start chatting, many of them have similar scripts.
At least four male suicides in the UK have been linked to "webcam blackmail" — a form of extortion where victims are tricked into performing sex acts — the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) and National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) have reported.
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.