Facamword Wi-Fi Hidden Camera USB Charger Remotely View Live Video by iPhone Android Phone App
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I normally start products at four stars and use my experiences with the item to determine where to go from there. In this case, I could only go down. The first major issue is that you pretty much have to use the special phone software to make this camera work. I would have liked to add this camera to my Zonemanager opensource monitoring solution application. While I discovered that I can connect to this device using HTTP on port 80, I was unable to determine the password needed to log in. I tried the typical "admin", "root", "administrator", no user name, the device UUID, both with and without the dashes. Nothing worked. Without this information, I'm using two software for my entire home security.
The other major issue is a show stopper for any security conscious persons. While trying to determine the information needed to get the log in, I sniffed my WiFi traffic using Wireshark and I noticed that when I connect via the phone application and reconnected to the camera, my WiFi password is sent cleartext to the public internet (IP address 184.108.40.206). One of the claims made by the manufacturer is that the device is secure. Seeing this eliminated any trust into those claims. I would have considered the risk somewhat mitigated if the camera didn't connect to the public internet, but since it does... well, I'd say 'use at your own risk'.