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Naturally, there are even online tutorials available to instruct neophyte hackers on how to hijack your webcam. A sticker is better than a Post-It, which can lose its adhesion and fall off.
Fortunately, WIRED is here with a solution: Cover your camera lens with a sticker. Gaffer tape works nicely, too, but can leave a residue.
Muting the mic won't work, since it's possible for an intruder to unmute it.
Your best defense is probably to insert a dummy plug into the microphone jack to prevent sound from being picked up by the internal mic.
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Researchers believe Flame has been around since 2007.
But it's not just the NSA who can hijack your webcam and mic.
With EFF's logo on them, they also make a civil liberties statement.
If you want to make a more stylish statement, however, Etsy offers several options, including a Hello Kitty web cam cover, emoticon stickers, and a pink skull-and-crossbones for laptop cams, and a crocheted ghost cozy for external web cams.