Inside the Podcast that Hacks Ring Camera Owners Live on Air

STAY AWAY FROM “ALL SMARTHOME” BRANDED PRODUCTS COMPLETELY – THEY ARE ALL SPYING ON YOU 24/7. THAT INCLUDES ALL THE “FANG” BRANDS – FACEBOOK, AMAZON, NETFLIX, GOOGLE, MICROSOFT, APPLE, HOME DEPOT, BEST BUY  and all the datacom/telecom branded devices; ASUS, Z-TEL, HUAWEI, SAMSUNG, NOKIA, SONY, HTC, MOTOROLA, LENOVO, ACER – basically ALL OF THEM!! If you think you’re building a SmartHome with these company devices you are near the bottom of the list from smart to DumbAss! YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY’RE DEVICES ARE CAPABLE OF.. AND YOU WOULDN’T BELIEVE ME IF I TOLD AND SHOWED YOU!!.. A PERFECT EXAMPLE FOLLOWS.. and this only ‘scratches the surface’ of what even I could do with YOUR Ring Camera.. much less a full time hacker!  😳😖😜😊

In the NulledCast hackers livestream the harassment of Ring camera owners after accessing their devices. Hundreds of people can listen.

By Joseph Cox and Jason Koebler
Dec 12 2019, 1:18pm

A blaring siren suddenly rips through the Ring camera, startling the Florida family inside their own home.

“It’s your boy Chance on Nulled,” a voice says from the Ring camera, which a hacker has taken over. “How you doing? How you doing?”

“Welcome to the NulledCast,” the voice says.

The NulledCast is a podcast livestreamed to Discord. It’s a show in which hackers take over people’s Ring and Nest smarthome cameras and use their speakers to talk to and harass their unsuspecting owners. In the example above, Chance blared noises and shouted racist comments at the Florida family.

“Sit back and relax to over 45 minutes of entertainment,” an advertisement for the podcast posted to a hacking forum called Nulled reads. “Join us as we go on completely random tangents such as; Ring & Nest Trolling, telling shelter owners we killed a kitten, Nulled drama, and more ridiculous topics. Be sure to join our Discord to watch the shows live.”

Software to hack Ring cameras has recently become popular on the forum. The software churns through previously compromised email addresses and passwords to break into Ring cameras at scale. This has led to a recent spate of hacks that have occurred both during the podcast and at other times, several of which have been covered by local media outlets. In Brookhaven a hacker shouted at a sleeping woman through her hacked Ring camera to wake-up. In Texas, a hacker demanded a couple pay a bitcoin ransom. Hackers targeted a family in DeSoto County, Mississippi, and spoke through the device to one of the young children.

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