Your worst office nightmare: Hack makes Cisco phone spy on you

Your worst office nightmare: Hack makes Cisco phone spy on you

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New Sitting in front of your seemingly turned-off webcam or staying in an unfamiliar hotel for the night, you occasionally have a fleeting thought even though it's not very likely, someone might be watching you or listening in without your knowledge. As it turns out, a new hack that targets Cisco...
Your worst office nightmare: Hack makes Cisco phone spy on you
             

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FT dubs Cisco's John Chambers 2012's `Chief Obfuscation Champion'

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