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I bought this auto tracking wireless security camera for $43 and it's amazing, thought you guys would be interested in this!

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Ok. But how secure is it? These things are usually pretty damn easy to hijack if theyre not at least fully encrypted.


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6 hours ago, GamerGuy said:

This is my first time posting a deal, what do you think about this? ^^ 

https://inqmegacameras.com/products/auto-tracking-wireless-security-camera

I am going to get a few more for my dad's store :)

3 hours ago, 8uhbbhu8 said:

Ok. But how secure is it? These things are usually pretty damn easy to hijack if theyre not at least fully encrypted.

 

It's not open source, so in this case, not secure at all.


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10 hours ago, 8uhbbhu8 said:

Ok. But how secure is it? These things are usually pretty damn easy to hijack if theyre not at least fully encrypted.

 

7 hours ago, kirashi said:

It's not open source, so in this case, not secure at all.

Could you explain a real life scenario that matters for it needing to be secure that is going to occur any time soon in the household of whoever buys one?

 

In the United States, that is.

 

It's not like there's a Sam Fisher out there, trying to get by a random security camera in the middle of a random household.

 

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16 hours ago, Dr. Historic Low said:

Could you explain a real life scenario that matters for it needing to be secure that is going to occur any time soon in the household of whoever buys one?

In the United States, that is.

 

It's not like there's a Sam Fisher out there, trying to get by a random security camera in the middle of a random household.

Actually there is - it's called https://www.shodan.io/ and its' sole purpose is to sniff the entire web for unsecured devices, be they from smaller, newer IoT statups or large multi-national corporate giants. Point is, at the end of the day, if you knew your household security cameras were not 99.99% secure (because nothing is 100% secure), would you really want to install them in your house?


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8 hours ago, kirashi said:

Point is, at the end of the day, if you knew your household security cameras were not 99.99% secure (because nothing is 100% secure), would you really want to install them in your house?

Yup, because I have no care in the world if someone else sees my front porch for 24 hours a day. They're gonna be staring at complete nothingness for absolutely no reason.

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56 minutes ago, Dr. Historic Low said:

Yup, because I have no care in the world if someone else sees my front porch for 24 hours a day. They're gonna be staring at complete nothingness for absolutely no reason.

You should charge for it...

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13 hours ago, Dr. Historic Low said:

Yup, because I have no care in the world if someone else sees my front porch for 24 hours a day. They're gonna be staring at complete nothingness for absolutely no reason.

What about the cameras you've put inside your home? I don't mean "huehuehue thems hackers gonna get into thems bedroom cams" - I just mean the security camera that overlooks both your living room and sliding back patio door. Or the camera that looks at your front door. You know, the ones that would show when your house is empty so the thieves can help themselves when you're away.


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8 minutes ago, kirashi said:

What about the cameras you've put inside your home? I don't mean "huehuehue thems hackers gonna get into thems bedroom cams" - I just mean the security camera that overlooks both your living room and sliding back patio door. Or the camera that looks at your front door. You know, the ones that would show when your house is empty so the thieves can help themselves when you're away.

I'd never install security cameras inside my home.

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