The core purpose of this list of unsecured IP cameras worldwide is to draw your attention to the IP camera security issues.
Check it and then take proactive measures to prevent your camera from being hacked or watched by some bad guys.
Bonus: Click here to find effective ways to tell whether your IP camera has been hacked.
Unsecured IP cameras are accessible to everyone, making them pretty vulnerable to prying eyes.
Experts, in a CNN news report, “blamed poor practice by low-end manufacturers making devices like internet-accessible baby monitors, cameras and thermostats”.
But there are also manufacturers, like Reolink, devoted to taking advantages of the cutting-edge technology and strict manufacturing and testing process.
Content: Why would people take the time and effort to hack those unsecured IP cameras? Hackers try to crack the unsecured security cameras in people’s homes as a challenge — they do it just to prove that they can.
There was a user once experienced a strange hack that all of his unsecured IP cameras got renamed “UPDATE” and “FIRMWARE”.
While unsecured IP cameras in public places, such as parks, parking lots, restaurants, streets, supermarkets, are not going to really alert you, unsecured security cameras in people’s homes let you worry about privacy issues.
US leads the way, with the most open IP cameras, which are visible to all internet users all over the world.
Other countries include South Korea, China, Mexico, France, Italy, UK and many more.
Reolink security IP cameras feature advanced encryption, like the SSL encryption, WPA2, and AES encryption, making sure the live surveillance streams unable to be accessed by hackers.
The Insecam contains 25 listed countries with the most unsecured IP cameras.