I can see you in your house

unnamedA home security camera is a great idea. There are many options available these days and installation is a breeze – right down to that default password you never bothered to change. It’s a good day to rethink that. Apparently many people are taking advantage of services such as Dropcam, installing cameras for security, to keep an eye on kids and nannies, to watch the pets, etc. but not changing the password that comes with the system. Doh! Read from Mashable: 73,000 webcams left vulnerable because people don’t change default passwords.

Change a few passwords today – humor me,

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