Free hacked live home cams sites
Many of the cameras have been installed in homes and businesses by people trying to improve security.The owner can use them to monitor their property remotely via the Internet.
03/22/17 : Rain Shadow: Yes M D, the link works for me.Security cameras in homes, workplaces and businesses such as laundromats as well as baby monitors are among the webcams appearing on the site.British information commissioner Christopher Graham told the ABC that the site was discovered by data protection experts in Hong Kong in the past 24 hours, who alerted Australian authorities and the concern has since spread worldwide.They have not identified it for fear of generating traffic to the site Professor Carsten Maple, from the University of Warwick’s Cyber Security Centre told the ABC that the hackers most likely created the site for kudos among their peers.“We don’t know what other activity they might be up to.They might do something that’s more advanced in terms of hacking, in a sense, I don’t know,” he said.
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Copyright These videos are most likely copyrighted by whoever owns the cameras.
The snapshots you see here appear as fair use according to copyright law.
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.
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.