Breitbart News is reporting that the CCCams servers are located in an underground bunker in Virginia, and are being used for testing of the instant cbbams server that will eventually be installed on a large number of public cccammers’ computers worldwide.
The CCCameras servers were built to test and verify the security of instant cbcam, a protocol that uses the internet to broadcast real-time videos to a network of computers, including the CCCCams servers, and then transmit it to a centralized server for processing and analysis.
The CCCammers servers are being deployed in large numbers around the world, and there are fears that these servers will eventually fall into the hands of criminals.
In February, the CCRU released a report outlining the threats facing instant ccams, and warned that the protocol is vulnerable to a variety of attack vectors including denial of service, denial of access attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, and botnets.
According to the CCA, these vulnerabilities have been reported in the past, and were patched in March.
However, the fact that the new CCCamera servers are under underground bunker floors is still cause for concern.
“If CCCamas servers were located underground, then any attempt to hack the servers could have been made by the public.
That would mean the servers were hacked and then they could be used for some serious malicious activity,” the CTC said in a statement to Breitbart News.”
Additionally, because the servers are underground, it is likely that the server owners have already disabled any detection or monitoring tools they use to detect malware or other malicious activity.”
The CTC also warned that “any attempt to disable these servers from being used as testbeds for future cccamm deployments would also likely compromise the security and integrity of these servers, as well as the ability of the public to access and process the data that they store.”
“The threat to the security, integrity and availability of these cccamas servers and the public’s ability to access the cccamera servers from their computers is real and is a concern for the entire internet community,” the statement concluded.
The cccameras server will likely be installed sometime in the next few weeks.
The underground bunker is just over the Potomac River in Bethesda, Maryland, and it is not known when the Cccams servers will be activated.