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Wanna have some fun with remote security cameras?

While digging around on digg, I came across a cool story for you camera hacking folks. It's called, "Where are we pointing our expensive security cameras?" Apparently by searching for inurl:"viewerframe?mode=refresh" on Google, you can find and gain access to network security cameras all over the world. Many allows you to pan, tilt, and zoom the camera. Looks like you no longer need your own camera to make interesting pictures. Plus, now you can take photos all over the world.

Chieh Cheng
Fri, 30 Dec 2005 13:45:45 -0800

Here is a photograph I took with one of the remote cameras from a ski resort in Japan. It's almost as if I was there to take the photo in person.

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Chieh Cheng
Mon, 2 Jan 2006 17:32:00 -0800

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