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Hackers terrify US family by broadcasting warning of incoming North Korean missiles through home surveillance camera
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/01/24/hackers-terrify-us-family-broadcasting-warning-incoming-north/





'A California family reportedly received the shock of their lives when their home surveillance camera started blasting out a warning that North Korean missiles were heading for America and that war had broken out.

According to the Mercury News, the Lyons family were enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon at home in Orinda when an emergency alert siren, followed by an apocalyptic message that three intercontinental ballistic missiles had been fired at Los Angeles, Chicago and Ohio threw them into a panic.

“It warned that the United States had retaliated against Pyongyang and that people in the affected areas had three hours to evacuate,” said Laura Lyons, the mother of an eight-year-old boy. “It sounded completely legit, and it was loud and got our attention right off the bat. … It was five minutes of sheer terror and another 30 minutes trying to figure out what was going on.”

Confused, they first thought the message was coming from the television before they noticed that it was still broadcasting American football. They then realised that the voice was coming from their Nest security camera on top of the TV.

Mrs Lyons said that she and her husband initially tried to get confirmation of an attack from the media while their petrified young son took cover under a rug.'



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