Free hacked live webcams website
The site’s administrators say is it designed “to show the importance of the security settings.” It says people only need to change the password to a more secure one for it to be removed from the site.Since the massive hack was discovered, authorities in Britain, China, US and Australia are among those are lobbying Russia to force those responsible for the site to take it down.
The site includes footage of a child’s bedroom in Birmingham in the UK obtained from a baby monitor, as well as footage from inside a UK office, a gym and a shop interior, obtained from CCTV networks supposedly used to keep the companies and businesses secure.
It also pledged to contact consumers are urge them to set up stronger passwords.
The ICO finished its report by stating that as much as it would like to, it has no authority to try and shut downn the Russian website and simply urged everyone with cameras that streamed or backed up to the cloud, to improve their own security.
A website in Russian, which has a domain named registered in Australian-controlled Cocos Islands is streaming the feeds of thousands of webcams with lax password security from around the world.
In Australia, ABC Radio’s AM reports that cameras showing a baby in a cot in Melbourne, a Perth parking lot and a Melbourne lounge room appear on the website among 300 from the country. More than 4,500 cameras in the USA, 2,000 in France and 500 in Britain have also been targeted in the hack, which exploits default setting passwords such as “1234″ to gain access.
S., including live video of a baby sleeping in a cot in New Jersey.