Uh I see nothing that even slightly resembles an eye....sometimes man,it's better to just take a step back from ATS.Obviously,you're paranoid since
you have cameras...take a deep breath.From the photos you've posted I see nothing that says anyone hacked into your camera.
Thank you for you comments, albeit slightly askew on the presumptions of being paranoid. I have a good reason to have cameras in and outside of the
house. I assume now that the blimp is most likely a camera actifact and nothing more. I have also ensured that the camera's are no longer
assessable via the net - this all I can do to ensure the private safety of my family.
You said the file was modified 11 hours prior to reviewing footage, correct? Did you or did you not do this? If not then then a crucial clue has been
ignored while the focus was on the photos.
I assume you didn't hence the suspicion of someone tampering with your cameras. I could be wrong.
Honestly to me the pic looks like abosultelt nothing... I'm kind of loss on the blimp part, how is there a blimp in your house? And just relax bro
why would someone bother hacking into your network just to edit an video and nothing else??
Thank you for identifying my main concern, Yes the file was modified 11 hours prior to me accessing the files. I have checked other files on that day
and can not find evidence of prior access.
This modified and accessed file is my main concern because the only thought is that some one outside the house has been able to access via the net.
Over the last couple of days I have monitored that particular camera for possible malfunction to cause an camera artefact - as of yet I have found
It may be some one is accessing your camera from out side. I will suggest you to contact a person who has good knowledge of Security camera. They will
fix you this problem for you and they will provide you the steps to avoid such type of inconvenience. I will suggest you to contact
(Globalalarms) , they will help you in any manner related to security camera.
Thanks for your advise. I have spoken to the company that makers of the security camera's and have shown me how to make the files secure.
Unfortunately I live in another country, but do have an alarm system set up.
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