Concerned Mom hacked Ring Camera
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Look at this article, not sure to believe it as is, because of the source, but equally deserve to be taked it in...
Keep looking up!
Here is the same story, from another source:https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2019/12/12/she-installed-ring-camera-her-childrens-room-peace-mind-hacker-accessed-it-harassed-her-year-old-daughter/?arc404=trueAnd, there are other Ring customers, with similar stories:https://nypost.com/2019/12/13/staten-island-creep-hacks-into-ring-security-camera-to-spy-on-teenager/This article has the company's response:Bottom line - never use the same password for any website you access. If available, use two factor authentication (2FA).If you use Chrome, it now has an option to check if your password was compromised in a data breech:If you don't use Chrome, you can check if a password has been compromised, here:If you find any compromised passwords, change them, immediately.Be warry of 2FA that uses SMS text messages to your smartphone:
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