posted on Nov, 7 2014 @ 08:30 AM
Hold on a second
" Lazy stupid rich (how) wont even change the default password on their own home security video cameras"
I have a Tenvis internet camera and stopping that from uploading images of my front door is not as easy as you think and that's even when I never
subscribed to viewing the contents across the internet.
For a start these CCTV's from Tenvis bypass the local DNS server and without a firewall rule that blocks outbound traffic from the camera in the
router from these devices and monitoring the SysLogs then few if anyone would know what going on.
I contacted Tenvis about this and asked why the camera was bypassing the DNS setting past to it from the DHCP server and instead connecting to Google
on 220.127.116.11:53 only to get a answer back about Google being a good DNS server.
Password or no password these devices are uploading large amounts of data and it won't just be Tenvis that gets to read the data as it crosses the
worlds internet and I am not sure that even you would had know this without me pointing it out to you.
Just one more reason to get yourself a hardware firewall wifi router and the other reason is because AT&T plus Verizon are now injecting super cookies
into the HTTP Request and then selling anyone that reads the open public cookie your private details and that would include not just your name and
address but also your telephone number.
HTTP Injected cookie
Nice because not only can the perverts get to see your wife's bits but they can now pay a fee to Verizon and giver her a call
edit on 7-11-2014
by VirusGuard because: (no reason given)