Since the early 2000s, telecommunications networks have grown exponentially, also known as the "Internet bubble burst" with 368 million computers connected, and in 2014 the one billion websites are crossed. The number of Internet users at the end of 2016 is about 3.9 billion (about 47% of the world’s population). Although there are security solutions for surfing the Internet (antivirus, firewall etc.), the number of people who are victims of hackers is also staggering. Every day 2 million people worldwide are victims of computer hacking (data theft, blackmail, espionage etc.). For a few years now, with the revolution of smartphones and social networks, we have been witnessing an increase in the hacking of Webcams and Cameras of all kinds, allowing pirates to spy on you and collect confidential information against you.