Mahlzeit, fellow Germans, and a heartly welcome to all my international /g/ friends!
I know, in general, unsecured webcams are nothing new, but those might be quite interesting:
>German discounter Aldi sells security cams
>as most of the time, they are totally open
>they have infrared and are moveable too
Unfortuantely, heise does not give the inurl: options for those specific ones, or a shodan search. Any friendly anon knows more?
Evtl. kann man das Ding doch "retten"?
Anyways, that above link is an interesting read, and, as far as I understand it, a nice "how not to built secure firmware" documentation.
What is the problem here? Retailer is not responsible for the firmware of the devices they sell. If you are worried about some shit brand camera being unsecure, then dont buy that brand. If no one buys it, retailer will not sell it. Money talks.
>What is the problem here?
The problem is that these cameras are insecure.
>Retailer is not responsible for the firmware of the devices they sell.
Nobody claimed that. Heise is just doing a public service announcement as any tech news site would.
>mfw i found one pointing straight at some baby's cradle
21st century parents truly are the worst
You just gave me an idea of how to fap to more lolis.
some cameras also can easily be found via the almighty google, by looking for specific words in the url on their "internal" 123.456.78/mytotallynicecam/view.html site. In this case, inurl:mytotallynicecam should give you those cams, because, since they also do not have a robots.txt, they are often indexed by google.
Yeah bought some stuff, possibly for dinner and read some magazines while she waited for somebody to pick her up.
I'll check back in 7-8 hours or tomorrow.
4.5/10 would bang
I don't bloody think this site is legal to use.
>still having those old laundry stores
>/g/ watching a wedding over an unsecure cam on saturday
This is a whole new level of sad
I'm just here sitting and watching, kekking really hard, people taking technology for granted, no security on those cams whatsoever.
does anyone remember when /g/ had some fun with an unsecured office printer they found online?
I used to hate Aldi's. Sooo many times I would see lunch meat on the counter with visible mold on it. Blue turkey meat is a bad look for lunch meat.
However, now that I only ever buy dry goods from there, and since they acquired Trader Joe's, it's not so bad.
I used to think like you, then I went to the usa... a lot more people than you think dont have washing machine, and out of those theyre very unlikely to be able to afford one because their credit is shit and because they are too poor to spend the $300 or because they live in a rental piece of shit that has no washer hook ups or because their place is so small they wont be able to get the washer in anywhere, theres tons of reasons.
>not searching for NAS boxes with default credentials deleting backups, sniffing around, shutdown down the system
I love how people don't give a shit about technology sometimes and yet rely so heavily on it.
Amerifat here. Some Amerifats think it's silly to have those machines in their house and just think of going to a laundromat as a weekly task like taking out the trash and use it as a chance to socialize. Laundry 101 was a laundromat in Kent that also had video games and a bar.
But not me. I have a laundry machine and dryer. Fuck those plebs.
>fucking betas man, now those girls are surrounded by confident guys
Why would you need a camera in the server room?
theres these things on doors called locks you need a crypto piece of metal to get in called a key
Its a girl watching something on a laptop. having disqus enabled seems to hide the video.
which one of you mongrels is moving the camera ?
>find someone's laptop webcam
>a guy starts to talk about linux and free software
some cams are just too spooky
Does anyone know what this device is? Some kind of computer?
Man kauft doch augh keiner Security-Gerat in aldi? Das ist verruckt!
(or something I havent spoken german for ages)
Anyway, when I was in germany Aldi was like dirt-cheap-tier supermarket, litterally the cheapest canned food and stuff you could get... and people buy security cameras there ffs
how do I find the cam manufacturer to find the default password for it?
I tried admin, password, administrator, 123456, root, 1234, Admin
for most cheap cams, download what's available of //proc/kcore (it won't finish) all passwords are usually there in plaintext.
Probably isn't legal. Only try this on your own equipment :^)
>I'll check back in 7-8 hours or tomorrow.
this post made me sad
One eye one the snooker
One eye one the streets
I bought a NAS from Medion. Standard login is user admin pw 1234. Never bothered to change that either because it's only visible on my LAN.
Users want their electronics to work right out of the box, they don't want to configure every cheap shit device they buy before being able to use it.
I wonder what his job is.
A good 7 years ago when unsecured IP cameras were all the rage I found one to a Japanese store where a worker was playing mini golf as the store was closed, and another to a sushi place
>tfw you realize this are real people you're looking it, with their own lives and goals and they're oblivious to you
>tfw you are watching an old man work his ass off while you're sitting in your room waiting for witcher 3 to finish updating.
idk, I only see them at my local asian shops. Didn't see any other cats outside of those in germany.
whats going on here. Anyone know what this is?
easier than you think. you just select it in the upper left corner.
Oh shit, I found this one earlier and have been waiting for this moment. Animals are happening!
oh man, yeah thanks lol.
is that a storageroom?
Keeps running up and down, completely uninteresting, but it's fun to watch in some way.
Ok which one of you did this?
Which one of you did this?
>upnp enabled by default
Fixing up the home router's settings was the first thing I did when I started learning networking.
I don't even want to think about what might have been going on during all the years before that.