You can create a dummy plug by simply cutting off the unneeded portion of an old microphone plug.
This won't prevent someone from listening to your conversations when you need the mic, such as when using Skype, but it will at least thwart them from using the microphone on their own without you knowing.
The latest story from the Edward Snowden leaks yesterday drives home that the NSA and its spy partners possess specialized tools for doing exactly that.
According to , the NSA uses a plug-in called GUMFISH to take over cameras on infected machines and snap photos.
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that laptops, desktop computers, tablets and mobile phones are all at risk of being hacked.
But did you know that intruders might use the built-in camera to take surreptitious pictures and videos of you and your surroundings or hijack your microphone to eavesdrop on conversations?