Your Watchful Eye Becomes their Watchful Eye!!

Letting just anyone into your home or business is dangerous!

Secure Your Security Camera Passwords

Security cameras with default passwords and username have much higher chances of getting hacked. Do you know that most security cameras hacked websites just ping every device on the net and try if one of common default passwords works?

So don’t let your security cameras fall into this simple trap.


Make sure you use a powerful password that would be difficult for someone to figure out. For example, use the password that is 6 characters or longer with a combination of lower-case and upper-case letters, as well as numbers and special characters. Also, make sure you change the password frequently.

How to Tell If Your Security Camera Has Been Hacked

Why Security Cameras Are Hacked

It’s important to be aware of why and how your security camera can be hacked, so that you can better protect the surveillance systems from prying eyes.

As for the reasons for home security cameras being hacked, some are after the private information of others, some may be indulging in watching hacked security cameras, and some proud hackers are just hacking for fun.


POWERFUL PASSWORD – CHANGE THIS AS MANY TIMES AS YOU CAN, USING NUMBERS TOO

Remote Hacks

This happens when the camera transmits videos over the Internet. Security camera hackers may take the advantage of the data breach or unsecured passwords to hack into security cameras.That’s why many security cameras live get hacked. And that’s why the wired security cameras can also be hacked.

This is why if you allow an installer to enter your premises and install your system and have Mobile CCTV they have accessed your router and issued you with a password, change this straight away. If you forget this info though – your installer will not be able to sort out any faults and will have to charge to rectify – if this can be as its hard work with some brands!

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