Google can be used to find a lot of devices connected to the internet. It could be a Street Camera, CCTVs, Printers, Routers and all other stuffs you could imagine.
Most of the areas outside India, are all the under electronic surveillance. Be it coffee shops, or be it a book store. You are always being watched. With the advancement of technology, the new cameras are coming with a functionality to be accessed over the internet. However, in most of the cases, after being set up, least importance is given to their security.
In earlier days, when analog cameras would be used, it had a long and tiresome procedure of being installed and set up. All the cameras were connected via wires to a central recording system, through which all the information could be accessed.
But, with the arrival of IP cameras, which are quite easy to setup and transmit video to the network themselves, without any wires, analog cameras are being outdates. However, security risks do come from IP cameras, as anyone could try accessing the camera, using the default password in most of the cases.
Some of the amazing Google dorks which you can use to view unprotected IP cameras are given below. Feel free to make your own by finding out the default Webpage properties through which the camera transmits its videos. Here is the list; I have collected from the internet.
Following is the list from: http://members.upc.nl/a.horlings/doc-google.html
allintitle: "Network Camera NetworkCamera" : Network cameras
intitle:Axis 2400 video server : Mostly security cameras, car parks, colleges, clubs, bars, etc.
intitle:axis intitle:"video server" : Mostly security cameras, car parks, colleges, bars, ski slopes
intitle:"EvoCam" inurl:"webcam.html" : Mostly European security cameras
intitle:"Live NetSnap Cam-Server feed" : Network cameras, private and non private web cameras
intitle:"Live View / - AXIS" : Mostly security cameras, car parks, colleges etc.