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First post, by DosFreak

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So I'm watching Army of Thieves and there is a scene where they are breaking into a building and the screen zooms into a bank of security monitors, on the right-hand side of the screens is the IP address on each monitor which is 192.168.666.xx. With XX being the camera number which also matches the last octet. Not sure why they would bother making a wrong 192.168 address weird.

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Reply 1 of 2, by darry

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DosFreak wrote on 2021-10-29, 23:33:

So I'm watching Army of Thieves and there is a scene where they are breaking into a building and the screen zooms into a bank of security monitors, on the right-hand side of the screens is the IP address on each monitor which is 192.168.666.xx. With XX being the camera number which also matches the last octet. Not sure why they would bother making a wrong 192.168 address weird.

My guess would be that that they have a script that obfuscates ALL on-screen content displaying IPV4 addresses (or likely anything that looks like one) by replacing the third octet with 666, regardless of whether the address is part of a private range or not .

Reply 2 of 2, by Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman

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It's a UNIX system, I know this!

Never thought this thread would be that long, but now, for something different.....
Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman.