An open source tool named Kamerka allows users to generate a map of Internet-exposed industrial control systems (ICS) in a specified country and link results to Google Street View. The latest update made by Wojciech to Kamerka allows users to generate a map of exposed ICS in any country and link them to Google Street View. The ICS part of the tool uses Shodan, Folium and the Google Street View API to create a map with images from Street View. The researcher has pointed out that while a majority of the identified devices appear to be housed by unidentified buildings, he has found some exposed systems in hospitals and even power plants. Learn More About Exposed Industrial Systems at SecurityWeek’s 2019 ICS Cyber Security Conference In addition to allowing users to see images of the buildings housing the exposed systems, Kamerka provides information on the web server associated with each device, including login pages served over HTTP.