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12-Dec-2015 03:05

Shodan — a company that describes itself as a search engine for Internet-connected devices — launched a tool last year that lets users access publicly available webcams all over the world. "Shodan has started to grab screenshots for various services where the existing text information didn't provide much information," founder John Matherly wrote in an email.Recently, the company added freeze-framed images from those webcams, making browsing through people's public and private lives as easy as clicking through a Netflix catalog. "This was launched in August 2015 and the various sources for screenshots have expanded since then — one of those recent additions is for webcams." Matherly calls Shodan the first search engine for the Internet of Things, pulling in data from anything connected to the Web.The site has been used for, among other things, studying the popularity of HBO Go on Roku and producing a global map of industrial control systems, Matherly said.Shodan's home page touts the service as "the search engine for power plants, refrigerators and webcams," among other things.

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Matherly was quick to point out that the company is not specifically focused on webcams.

"Shodan wants to provide a complete view of the Internet which includes control systems, printers, servers, databases, tea kettles and of course webcams," he wrote.



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