Random webcam website
- with broad selection of different utilitycams, streaming and photos, some with sound,like Snowcams, Citycams, Beachcams, Barcams and Zoeken (= Search) and many others.
Such online cameras are available for all internet users.According to Gawker, the website is registered through Go Daddy to an IP address in Moscow.As I'm sure many of you know, Russia is kind of a dark-hub of various illegal websites, while the Russian authorities seem reluctant to do much about it.The basic technique, dubbed Clickjacking, is nothing new.I’d actually generally avoid writing about things like this, if it were new, to keep the word from spreading before the companies got a chance to fix it — but these techniques are already well known in the hacking world.Furthermore, even in cases when the camera is being used for surveillance in a store, members of the public likely only accept this surveillance on condition it is only watched or used by employees or representatives of the store they entered. Insecam attempts to justify this by stating the website is designed to draw attention to the importance of webcam security.
However, even using default passwords to access a restricted area of a network is a violation of established laws.
Have you never bothered to change the default password? If the answer to all three of these questions is 'Yes,' then may I suggest you start to get slightly concerned.
A new website which offers a rather unethical and invasive use of webcam technology has just appeared online - and it doesn't exactly ask for the consent of its stars.
At the very least it is highly unethical, while at the most it is almost certainly illegal in some cases.
While some of the webcams available to view are clearly meant to be watched by the public, many are not.
Say, you are working and falling asleep at your desk. It is possible when your boss has installed a control-, security-, safety- or other kind of webcam.