Video feeds from unsecured webcams are now available to the paying customers of an internet-of-things search engine.
A search engine has been launched that allows users to find live video of anything from poorly secured internet-connected webcams.
This ranges from security camera footage inside shops, offices and homes – to video monitor feeds of sleeping babies and school classrooms.
The search engine is called Shodan, and was launched in 2009 by John Matherly to scan for every internet-connected device and hunt for their vulnerabilities and insecurities.
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