Abrahams "threatened to post the images to the victim's social media accounts unless the women provided additional nude photos/videos or obeyed his commands during a five-minute Skype session." Abrahams was convicted, receiving an 18-month jail sentence.
Along with the photos, data on your location is displayed in the intercept so you can be easily tracked.
All this happens without any awareness by the phone user -- the screen can either be turned off or on, it does not matter.
He is working on his Ph D at MIT and writes a blog called Snacks for Your Mind.
Sidor's latest "snack" is a demonstration of how the cameras on your Android Smartphone can be turned on without you knowing it, and sequential photos sent to a third party over the Internet.
Interpol announced the arrest of 58 persons in the Philippines for sextortion, including one case where a 17-year-old victim committed suicide in July last year following blackmailing by the group.