Interactive map to allow viewing of unsecured cameras in the C4 list. It turned out to be a pretty neat little utility.
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README.md

CameraSpy - Overview

Interactive map to allow viewing of unsecured cameras in the C4 list. I wrote this at 3AM because I couldn't sleep that night, but it turned out to be useful for both killing boredom and providing assurance of the security of your own setup.

Video Demo

You can find a short video demo here: https://youtu.be/HRD_svoX_0k. The first few seconds are the application trying to render 1GB of objects on Bing Maps, so bear with it.

Attribution

None of this would be possible without the efforts of minxomat. Check out the link to see more quality work.

This application leverages the IP6.LITE CSV available from lite.ip2location.com.

Installation

Installation Package

There is an MSI installer package available for download at this link

From Source

Dependencies

Compilation

Where ~ denotes the directory you've extracted or cloned this repository to

  1. Open the ~/CameraSpy.sln document in Visual Studio
  2. Select "Build -> Build Solution"
  3. A debug binary will be compiled into ~/CameraSpy/bin/Debug/

Execution

  1. Create a folder named "data" alongside the compiled exe.
  2. Copy the C4 dependency into the "data" folder
  3. Copy the DB6 dependency into "data," and rename this file to "IP_DB6" with no extension
  4. Double click CameraSpy.exe and go nuts!