No, those just seem to be links with info on embedding feeds onto webpages. I'm looking for info on making secure connections to the camera. For example, right now, as far as I can tell, the only way to connect to the admin console is via HTTP, which means you're passing your camera's admin credentials without any encryption (which means it's be super simple for someone to gain access to your camera, depending on how you have it set up). Seems crazy to me that, in this day and age, a company like D-Link wouldn't require secure connections for administering cameras mounted in people's home.
I've always thought this was crazy, but looking through the recent firmware notes, there's a lot of mention on updates to OpenSSL and related technologies, which lead me to believe they finally enabled secure connections. But, I guess I was wrong. Still not sure what they're using OpenSSL (and related) for, though?