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Old 02-11-2012, 05:32 AM
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Dare you to look quick. Worst camera view ever
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I see several come on around town on my back-up camera in the truck as I drive by!
Yep! I was backing in to a parking space one day at a shopping center and the image on my backup screen was from the Dominos Pizza security camera.
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Make me some bread ladies!
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Here's some more not sure if there are repeats

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130 http://174.106.41.241/anony/mjpg.cgi Working house / window
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Old 02-11-2012, 06:29 AM
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For some reason I am not able to open any of these. Does it require a special software? Using Windows 7.
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Old 02-11-2012, 06:36 AM
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These are Internet Protocol cameras. They allow the users to view them from any computer on premise or off premise if your network is so configured.

The key to privacy is change the default settings on your router and cameras!
Got it. Thanks for clarifying.

I guess I'm old fashioned but I automatically assume that NOTHING you put out there on the internet is private.
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Old 02-11-2012, 06:51 AM
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Got it. Thanks for clarifying.

I guess I'm old fashioned but I automatically assume that NOTHING you put out there on the internet is private.
If all of these people would simply password protect their cameras it wouldn't be a problem.
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Old 02-11-2012, 07:09 AM
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Folks,

This is nothing new. Web cams are all over the place. They are mostly never secured (password,and such), as there is no data or personal information that can be stolen, or manipulated. All that is needed to find many more web-cams is to search for a piece of the URL code in Google or other browser.

The ones that are great, are the cameras that allow you to actually control them remotely. These are often wide-open, as well. You can control the panning (left-to-right), zoom, focus, etc. Once you leave the site, the camera returns to it's default settings, so no-harm, no-fail. Below, is an example of one. It appears to be in Europe somewhere.

If you want to find more, Google "view/index.shtml" and see what comes up. or try "view/index" This should bag you a few...

Cool stuff.

http://213.196.182.244/view/index.shtml
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Old 02-11-2012, 07:47 AM
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Folks,

This is nothing new. Web cams are all over the place. They are mostly never secured (password,and such), as there is no data or personal information that can be stolen, or manipulated. All that is needed to find many more web-cams is to search for a piece of the URL code in Google or other browser.

The ones that are great, are the cameras that allow you to actually control them remotely. These are often wide-open, as well. You can control the panning (left-to-right), zoom, focus, etc. Once you leave the site, the camera returns to it's default settings, so no-harm, no-fail. Below, is an example of one. It appears to be in Europe somewhere.

If you want to find more, Google "view/index.shtml" and see what comes up. or try "view/index" This should bag you a few...

Cool stuff.

http://213.196.182.244/view/index.shtml
What is new, is that these are private cameras inside private homes. And they are a specific model that allows you to scan for them.
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Old 02-11-2012, 07:10 PM
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All manufacturers have "Specific" key-words in their URL. Once you know what the key words are, you can scan for any of them.

Whether they are in private doesn't matter. The ones in private homes are usually cheaper with less features, and who the hell cares if I look at someones dresser, or computer desk. I would rather take control of a security camera in a resort, or in a harbor, etc.

I came across one that was at a really nice harbor, somewhere tropical. Nice aea, very small marina.

If i can find it again, i'll post it. I bet someone will know where it is...
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By a wireless camera that has wireless encryption duuuhh. I had a friend of mine who who lives in a high end water front gated community and he asked me about putting up some cameras at his house. I am reluctant to do it for him because he's like everyother rich guy and will freak out on my price which is I don't don't do residential security. I can't tell you how many times I have heard someone say "well can't I just go to office depot or radio shack to buy the equipment?" I reply to this guy do you go to Walmart to buy your fishing tackle?
that shut him up

You mean you don't buy fishing gear at Walmart?
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Old 02-12-2012, 04:28 AM
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I have camera's all over my house and through the same system hard wired looking over my wife's 88 yr old uncle next door (we take care of him),

none are hooked into my computer, you have to look into it's own monitor totally offline, that is the key..

My installer (a good friend) asked if I wanted to put it online so I can view it from my phone or laptop, I said hell NO, so everyone else can also????
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Dare you to look quick. Worst camera view ever
OH MY GOD HE HAS HIS PENIS OUT right now!!
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OH MY GOD HE HAS HIS PENIS OUT right now!!
made me look...I did not need to see that
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"Outside AC units"

http://74.255.79.26/anony/mjpg.cgi

Must be in SE Florida!
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