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University student Szymon Sidor claimed in a blog post and a video that his Android app works by using a tiny preview screen – just 1 pixel x 1 pixel – to keep the camera running in the background.Now that most smartphones come with a camera (or two), and camera use is popular with apps like Instagram that encourage photo sharing, hackers are finding sneaky ways to exploit them.Investors can access performance metrics and analytics of all the schemes by different asset management companies (AMC) under CAMS.
Safe-T-Cam is a network of cameras placed on major arterial roads that detect unregistered vehicles.In March 2014 we reported at Naked Security about a spyware app for Google Glass that could take photos without the Glass display being lit.Mike Lady and Kim Paterson, graduate researchers at Cal Poly, in California, uploaded to Play Store a Google Glass spyware app (disguised as a note-taking app called Malnotes).Sidor said his app worked so well it was “scary”: Allowing the camera to run in the background – without an indicator in the notification bar – is “inexcusable” and should be fixed by Google’s Android team, Sidor commented in his blog post.There are other Android spyware apps readily available, such as m Spy, that allow snoops to access a device’s activity such as text messages, location, and even make audio recordings.
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According to Sidor, the Android operating system won’t allow the camera to record without running a preview – which is how Sidor discovered that he could make the preview so small that it is effectively invisible to the naked eye.