A side panel on the Insecam homepage gives a breakdown of where each camera is by country.
The world biggest directory of online surveillance security cameras.
Select a country to watch live street, traffic, parking, office, road, beach, earth online webcams. You can find here Axis, Panasonic, Linksys, Sony, TPLink, Foscam and a lot of other network video cams available online without a password.
More than 2,000 cameras have been hacked in France, about 1,500 in the Netherlands, and thousands more in over 100 countries worldwide.
There's video of a couple having breakfast in France, CCTV footage of an elderly patient lying in a bed in Minnesota, scenes from a beauty salon in Japan, and the view of a playground with a pool and trampoline in the Netherlands. Information Commissioner's Office urged people to change the default passwords to prevent their cameras from being hacked.
But by providing public access to these devices -- including CCTV networks in shops and baby monitors -- the website is exposing their intimate moments.
The website claims its motive is to draw attention to the problem.
is doing just that, streaming footage from approximately 73,000 Internet-connected IP cameras around the world.
The majority appear to be from cameras running default security settings (like using "admin1" or "password" as a password).
The only thing you need to do is to set the password ofyour camera.
- You can add your camera to the directory by following next link.
IP cameras differ from closed-circuit television (CCTV) models because they stream footage directly onto a network without having to connect to a recording device or control network.