Stolen webcam chat footage
“To remove your public camera from this site and make it private the only thing you need to do is change your password,” the anonymous site’s administrator writes.Of course, the site is hardly benevolent – it violates its victims’ privacy by releasing incredibly sensitive footage to complete strangers. K.-based Daily Mail have observed babies in cots, young children playing and even changing rooms streaming on the site.It is a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to access these streams via a guessed password, though the international nature of the site’s creator will make justice difficult.Many Internet-connected video cameras allow you to set a password to restrict and control remote access."Friends don't let their friends die with their hair in place" Hey: Tuesday February 23, 2010 PM Cuz they would be in jail...It might be a good thing to get all others off Sunday?I was not interested in Going to it's top speed of 120 Speed kills .sometimes.
This essentially leaves the door wide open for any stranger online to view your most private moments, no hacking or computer skill required.
I’m not entirely clear on how you have your cameras networked, but this “hack” is really nothing more than finding IP cameras that are broadcasting over the Internet (versus an intranet) and still have the default password from the manufacturer.