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As of Monday morning, the site listed 2242 systems in the UK. The site was recently discovered by the Daily Mail and subsequently named and dissected by Motherboard.According to the Mail on Sunday, the site was hosted by a company called Media Net based in the Moldovan capital, Chisinau.Earlier this month, Network World reported that many Trendcam users were still exposing their live feeds to the public, through a Google Maps-powered web app.The site requires no password or additional software, and provides not only real-time streams, but the precise location of every camera, as well.Mind you, as the site itself points out, it doesn’t require “hacking” to find unsecured video feeds online.
Here you can see thousands of such cameras located in a cafes, shops, malls, industrial objects and bedrooms of all countries of the world.
To remove your public camera from this site and make it private the only thing you need to do is to change your camera password.
Motherboard exchanged emails with the operator of the site, who said that to date, nobody’s requested that their camera feed be taken down.
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.