It currently only supports English, French and Esperanto but if anyone wants to help translate it to more languages, the help would be much appreciated!
Any feedback or help to make it look less ugly would also be great.
The site is completely free and the software is available as open source.
It has only just been launched so it may still have some teething issues.
Foreign hackers took over the “nanny-cam” of a Minnesota family and posted photos of their baby online.
A Temecula man was sent to prison for spying on women through their webcams, and trying to extort a victim with photos he took.
Not to creep you out, but someone might be spying on you. The web-connected cameras on your laptop and cellphone — and your doggie-cam and baby monitor, too — are digital peepholes for hackers.
It's heavily inspired by Omegle but with the goal to support multiple languages instead of just English.
The website, Insecam.org, also exposes the inside of daycare centers, airline hangars, hospitals and shopping malls in other parts of the world.
No one knows how pervasive this is; there’s no clearinghouse for such information. Earlier this month, FBI Director James Comey told an interviewer that he placed a piece of tape over the webcam on his own computer, and urged the public to follow suit.
Thanks to Rafael Rivera for discovering this registry hack.
It’s nice to have a solution, but Microsoft should really be documenting this sort of thing on official support pages rather than making Windows users scramble to fix broken hardware and software on their own.