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Now, thanks to a site that’s making extremely dubious white-hat claims about pointing out the dangers of not changing default passwords on IP cameras, it’s clear exactly how far into our lives e-marauders can get: besides feeds from baby monitors in nurseries around the world, the site allows strangers to spy on people via security webcams delivering live feeds from bedrooms, other rooms in residential homes, offices, shops, restaurants, bars, swimming pools and gymnasiums.
The site, Insecam.com, claims to tap into the direct feeds of hundreds of thousands of private cameras secured with default passwords from 152 countries – including, for example, Thailand, Sudan, the Netherlands, the UK, the US, Bolivia, Korea, and China.
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That’s no reason to invade the homes of their hapless clients. But it is, however, a crime to break into a computer, even if doing so only requires somebody to correctly guess that the password is “password”.Such online cameras are available for all internet users.Here you can see thousands of such cameras located in a cafes, shops, malls, industrial objects and bedrooms of all countries of the world.The moving images that were once isolated and divorced from context are now fixed within a geographic space, imbuing them with an extra layer of reality — and, perhaps most important, lending a new sense of scale to Trendnet's security hole.The identity of the site's creator remains unclear, though it appears to have been launched as part of a broader awareness campaign, and is likely associated with the @TRENDnet Exposed Twitter account.