Do not be surprised to find yourself and your treasured private space broadcast round the clock and around the world if whoever installed the security surveillance systems at your home, office or the public areas simply left the default login and password unchanged.
The still images captured (with high-speed broadband) below are just some samples for illustration – the compromised CCTV cameras were conveniently categorized by countries and cities plus the details and exact coordinates like:
– ZIP code
– Time zone
– Manufacturer (of the camera)
– Default login
– Default password
According to the web site:
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 browse cameras just select the country or camera type.
This site has been designed in order to show the importance of the security settings. 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.
Photo: Someone bought the latest iPhone in Rome, Italy?
Photo: Early diners at a restaurant in Coruna, Spain.
Photo: Someone bothering a receptionist in Krasnodar, Russia?
Photo: She’s probably lost in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Photo: He switched off the lights in a staff quarters at the end of the day in Berlin, Germany.
Photo: A quiet part of Baker Street in London, England.
Photo: A busy gardener in San Felipe, Chile.
Photo: No one’s home in Austin, USA.
Photo: Home in Lo Prado, Chile.
Photo: Home in Kawasaki, Japan.