Using deauths to evade smart doorbell cameras
There's some good discussion going on in the comments on this Reddit post. The long and short of it is though that: yes. It's completely possible for a thief or anyone else to deauth a wireless camera; before, during, and after a home invasion burglary. This deauth will essentially render the wireless camera worthless as most don't have internal storage.
@VioletChepil can you explain to us all how the FingBox's deauth warning works and what a user will see if there's a deauth attack?
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