'Google for hackers' raises security concerns


Shodan is a search engine used by hackers to find devices connected to the internet: anything from traffic lights, ATM cameras or even power stations. But its use has raised a whole range of security concerns.

When you think about Search Engines you tend to think of Google, maybe Bing, Altavista. But there's one thing they all all have in common: they mostly only search web-pages.

But there's a lot more devices that we hook into the internet and now a relatively new service is giving us access to them producing a whole new range of security concerns.

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