Staff Writertold Cincinnati's Fox 19 News. At this point, her husband Adam went into Emma's room to check on her. That is when the camera turned to face him, and began to shout at him. "Then it screamed at me," Adam said. "Some bad things, some obscenities. So, I unplugged the camera." Someone had hacked into their baby monitor and stolen a peek into their family's home. "Any kind of Internet-connected device essentially could be subjected to this," said Dave Hatter, a solutions expert for Infinity Partners told Fox 19. "It's not just that they want to get in and mess with your camera. More sophisticated hackers know they can use this as a launching off point to get into your network and potentially steal your ID or use your network to launch malicious attacks against someone else." His advice is to change the password to your Wi-Fi and your camera devices and to make sure they aren't the same password. He also suggests that you check with the devices websites frequently for updates, and to keep your devices up to date with all new updates. "I was just absolutely shocked to see somebody could get into my house so easily.” Heather said. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!