Hacking your home camera

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  • brett byrnes

    There is a list of cameras that can be hacked or easily logged into. If you have a questions or want to know if your camera is vulnerable, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me! (TKS Security) Our company has been aware of the risks and trying to help people understand. If you are a DIY type and insist on installing yourself, try to at least make complex passwords, use a VPN if you are up to it. Try to always avoid default usernames, passwords, ports and make sure your firmware is up-to-date with the devices and your router. Make sure that your router is also protected as much as possible!

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