Hello people! Recently I have got wind of Mushroom Networks ThirdEye system that includes video cameras and wireless connections so I want to know how to avoid it watching me?
asked Feb 06 '12 at 05:41
Mushroom Networks developed many various solutions for small and big business, internet centers, private apartments and other buildings. One of them is called Mushroom Networks ThirdEye. You are right about what it consists of. It has video camera or maybe even several ones, and the wireless modem that uses up to four 3G or 4G cell data cards in order to transmit the signal.
The original technology that is used by Mushroom Networks ThirdEye system is called Broadband Bonding. As I have already written, it is based on the usage of 3G and 4G cell phone frequency bands which are used to transmit the data filmed by pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera or cameras through the internet and right to the central data server.
Since you cannot stop the camera from streaming and recording video, you need to do something with this wireless signal sending recorded data to the remote server. You can prevent Mushroom Networks ThirdEye peeping on you via 3G band but don't forget to block the Mushroom Networks ThirdEye 4G signal because to be absolutely sure that this system is harmless to you you need to get rid of both wireless cell phone frequencies it can use.
answered Feb 06 '12 at 06:09