(Those willing to pay can get unlimited access.) A quick search revealed a range of screenshots, from a woman cleaning a living room to a group of people drinking in a bar in Hungary.
The screenshots include information about the IP of the device—allowing you to locate the device—and the time the screenshot was taken.
It doesn’t require much technical know-how; users just need to create an account to get limited access into people’s webcams.
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It allows users to see which of their devices are connected to the Internet, see where it’s located, and who is using it.
Since its creation in 2009, the site quickly exposed the how vulnerable a number of so-called Internet of Things devices were to hacking.