While the vast majority of cameras are covering office floors, shops, malls and parking lots, there is also a large number streaming footage from within private homes.Those who have accessed the website have reported that there is footage of bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens and a huge number of security cameras which are trained on baby’s cribs.A new website has appeared online which lists 73011 separate locations that are being monitored by unsecured security cameras.The website alleges that all of these cameras were vulnerable to hacking because they still had the default usernames and passwords in use.
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, says the There were 40,476 pages of unsecured cameras in just first ten country listings, with the US leading the list with 11,406 cameras, followed by South Korea and China with 6,536 and 4,770 unsecured cameras, respectively.
A quick browse through the website reveals live streams from nearly 4,600 cameras in the U.
S., including video of a baby sleeping in a cot in New Jersey.
But by providing public access to these devices -- including CCTV networks in shops and baby monitors -- the website is exposing their intimate moments.
The website claims its motive is to draw attention to the problem.