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Hi there, I needed to setup a video surveillance system at home, without spending a small fortune, so' I've installed those Chinese Foscam IP cameras. The problem is that I suspect that someone is watching me with my own cams. You know, sometimes they turn without my direct command. That's why I've decided to go here, my friend told that it's the place you where you can get help in your privacy protection.

asked Aug 09 '13 at 07:01

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Hello Bill!

It's a pleasure to know that our project really helps! And we at jammer-store company will try to help you to. First of all you should consider the fact that almost 1/3 of all IP cameras are broadcasting video to the Internet and their owner doesn't even know about that. The problem is in misconfiguration and in rather weak security protocols.

Any Foscam IP camera sends its video to the web and is available for third parties from out there. You can even google those cameras with a “inurl:myfoscam.org:88”. That's not the first time we face problems with IP cameras. The problem is that most of the users rarely change login/password combinations and most of the cameras has no password at all. Another problem here are weak security protocols. As you know, your IP camera uses Wi-Fi to send data to a server and Wi-Fi is rather vulnerable type of connection.

As a conclusion we may say that someone is able to watch you, so you should check and configure your camera. Don't forget to check admin's and operator's passwords. And if you want to be sure about your security for 100% get a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signal blocker, which will jam transmissions between a camera and the server and will make sure that no one will be able to hack it, or in any way use it against you.

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answered Aug 09 '13 at 07:03

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