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Author Topic: Security Risks  (Read 1314 times)


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Security Risks
« on: January 20, 2016, 05:51:03 AM »

I have 3 DCS-932L cameras connected to a DNR-202L recorder which is connected to a 1 TB hard drive.  After reading about some security flaws I am worried about eavsdroppers.
1) is there a way I can tell if someone is currently viewing my video remotely?
2) is there a cumulative list of security flaws and their firmware (or other) fixes
3) is there anything I can cofigure (router, mydlink, etc) to minimize risks?
4) with all the current firmware and software installed how great is the risk of eavsdroppers?  I mean, are all know flaws patched or is it general knowledge eavsdroppers are connecting at will?
5) are the android and iphone mydlink apps third party?  are they security risks?
6) it occurred to me that two factor authentication might make my dlink a lot more secure (where you get a code via sms to input as a second login requirement).  Is this possible with your software/firmware or are there any plans to implement this option?

many thanks for any answers and insights.
« Last Edit: January 20, 2016, 05:53:23 AM by muddy »


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Re: Security Risks
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2016, 07:18:34 AM »

Any status on this?
Please review the products web site for FAQs and information regarding it.
Review FW update release notes for information.
These cameras are secure as long as they are set up well.
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