@TripleHelix wrote:Great question as I would like to know as well. I assume if your infected or hacked WSA will protect you with it's Identity Shield but can't say for sure? @LLiddell @DanP might find out for us and let us know? It's not talked about much so again it's a great question! Thanks,
Hi, sorry for the long reply.I read your response saying that Webroot doesn't monitor the Webcam specifically, but rather monitors malware that would target the Webcam.Can I safely assume that will essentially do the same thing as monitoring the actual webcam just with less resources?With what you said, can hackers only attack your Webcam with malware? (assuming they don't have physical access to your computer).Thanks.
Hi Dan,I hope all is well.When it comes to Remote Access tools or monitoring tools, are they necessarily malware?And even if they aren't, would Webroot detect them, malware or not?Thanks in advanced.
If you use Windows 10, the webcam can be disabled in Windows Settings -> Privacy -> Camera -> Allow Access to the Camera on this device -> Change You can then enable/disable as needed.
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