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Old 01-21-08, 03:37 PM   #1
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Watching random security cameras online?

My friend was watching random security cameras in stores online. He used google to find them. He could also control them, pan, zoom, focus, ect. What do I search to do this on google.
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Old 01-21-08, 03:41 PM   #2
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I remember hearing about and doing that before too....I forget how they were found though.
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I just googled it and found lots of them.
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It was "something: camera model"
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Old 01-21-08, 03:45 PM   #5
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I just googled it and found lots of them.
That you could control? What did you google?
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I think you google ******.
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I think you google ******.
Nooooooooooooooooo......for the love of mankind....noooooooooooooooo!
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Google: inurl:"viewerframe?mode=refresh"
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Thanks! I found a ton: here
You found? OK, maybe you missed that I posted the link to that exact list in post #6.
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There was one of these controllable webcams being used on one of the islands I study. Wasn't a very big island though, and it could see the main north-south road, so neighbours were using it to spy on one another to see when they went to work and came home. Then people went and 'borrowed' tools from sheds and things. So they took it down.
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I found Another site too!
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Foosters

I have been contacted indirectly by the owners of one of the cams linked to in one of the posts in this thread. This type of thing can cause their cameras to crash, etc. compromising their security efforts, ending recording streams etc. I know that I would not like that to occur to my companies security efforts.

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I have been contacted indirectly by the owners of one of the cams linked to in one of the posts in this thread. This type of thing can cause their cameras to crash, etc. compromising their security efforts, ending recording streams etc. I know that I would not like that to occur to my companies security efforts.

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You should directly contact them and tell them to password protect their cameras ..insecure cameras on the internet is asking for trouble.
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Hopefully, they will do just such a thing.
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Old 01-21-08, 08:27 PM   #15
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You should directly contact them and tell them to password protect their cameras ..insecure cameras on the internet is asking for trouble.
What will I watch during class?

Also, I saw a pantry cam, a photography store, a woodshop, a swimmingpool, a airport, and a china street.
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What will I watch during class?

Also, I saw a pantry cam, a photography store, a woodshop, a swimmingpool, a airport, and a china street.
Well some work well online. My company had a cam we purposefully wanted online.

Companies that don't....should learn about security before putting anything in the public, otherwise they have no right to complain about the system being comprimised.
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Well some work well online. My company had a cam we purposefully wanted online.

Companies that don't....should learn about security before putting anything in the public, otherwise they have no right to complain about the system being comprimised.
+a billion or two.

What a bunch of idiots.

They think that just because they don't tell anyone about it, nobody will ever find out and use it.
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You can also monitor traffic lights as well.
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