Posts Tagged ‘doorbells’

Amazon’s Ring Doorbells App Leaks Customers’ Wi-Fi Username and Password

Cyberscoop has recently reported a major security vulnerability in Amazon’s Ring doorbell app. Amazon’s Ring doorbells, which have already raised significant privacy and civil liberties concerns, have now been shown to be deeply insecure, exposing users Wi-Fi passwords to hackers. With this Wi-Fi information, hackers can access customers’ personal home networks. It only gets scarier […]

Amazon’s Treasure Trucks Sell Discounted Ring Doorbells Across The US And UK

August 13, 2019 By MassPrivateI Leave it to Amazon to create circus sideshow trucks, sorry I meant “Treasure Trucks” to promote neighborhood spying. Last year, Slick Deals announced that Amazon’s treasure trucks were selling Ring doorbells at the discounted price of $139.00 in “select U.S. cities.” And last December, Amazon’s Facebook page announced that their treasure trucks were […]

Police use spying doorbells to create digital neighborhood watch networks

It seems like all I have been writing about lately, is how police are using cam-share programs to create city-wide surveillance networks. When I first heard about ‘Ring’ a smart doorbell with a video camera, I didn’t think much of it. I mean how could the police state turn what appeared to be […]

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