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About Lee Munson Lee's non-technical background allows him to write about internet security in a clear way that is understandable to both IT professionals and people just like you who need simple answers to your security questions.
I am an Info Sec Professional, a writer for Comparitech and the Social Media Manager for Brian Honan's Security Watch.
The particular camera that the security bug was discovered in is a discontinued model that sells for around $70, though Someluser says the bug existed in additional models, meaning a wider range of camera owners are vulnerable (including, but perhaps not limited to, models TV-IP110W, TV-IP110WN, TV-IP121WN, and TV-IP410).
The leaked feeds were a mix of small businesses — a store entrance or a stack of servers — and private homes.
Should be removed." On another message board, a user wrote, "the first one I tried showed a child's playpen, lake [sic] a nanny cam or something.
I immediately shut the window and regret ****ing with this, I thought it would be parking lots and skyscrapers and ****, not residential cameras." I first discovered the leaked camera feeds on 4chan on January 21, but it was clear that users had already known about them for some time.
Following the instructions on the site, thousands of streaming personal IP cameras can be accessed.
Links to the compromised feeds spread quickly on message boards like Reddit and 4chan, where the adolescent quest for the surreptitiously-viewed nipple kicked into high gear.
These cameras were purchased by people who believed they would be making their home or workplace more secure.