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The Kaweckis have said they are sharing their story in the hopes that it serves as a warning to other families.
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Heather’s first reaction was to check her cellphone, which connects to the wireless monitor watching over baby Emma.
She was further alarmed when she saw the Foscam camera move independently, as it was only supposed to track the infant or any movement in the room.
Although they were given a temporary reprieve, the couple has been evicted from their home and has until Sept.
27 to move out, according to an update on the page.
“I heard a voice again start screaming at my daughter, 'Wake up baby! ' I was just absolutely shocked to see somebody could get into my house so easily," Heather told Fox 19.
It was midnight when the pair heard the male voice.
Reminds me of my parents trying to figure out new technology.
They first learned of the alleged fraud after a real estate agent introduced her clients to them as the soon-to-be residents of the Kaweckis' house, The Star reported back in July.
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“Sophisticated hackers know they can use this as a launching-off point to get into your network and potentially steal your ID or launch malicious attacks.” His advice is to change Wi-Fi and camera passwords, ensuring they are both different and checking websites for your technical equipment for updates, as they may not appear on devices.
The Foscam camera owned by the Schrecks has a known vulnerability and manufacturers had released an update, which the Schrecks were unaware of.
The Kaweckis are terrified of what the future holds, but are grateful they have some place to go."Not used to this," said Hank Kawecki. It's a hard thing."Local law enforcement and the Ventura County District Attorney's Office have investigated the case, according to the Go Fund Me page.