'Video-hams' tap into insecure surveillance cams

Friday, 1 September 2006, 8:16 PM EST

Surveillance cameras outfitted with internet technology are open to tampering and interception, security experts warn.

IP cameras, widely available from around £70 and not to be confused with web-cams that connect directly into PCs, connect into corporate computer network or domestic broadband systems and are capable of transmitting live footage or individual images across the internet.

At The Register.

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