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The sales guy targeted me because there was an old ADT sign in my yard.

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He spent a lot of time on the phone with my husband who was away at the time and came back more then once to make sure it was working out and we were happy and went above and beyond to make right by us any way he could. As far as getting out of Alarm Pro I thank them for the monitoring they did for us but we wanted to have updated equipment and our guest house all on one system for a reasonable price, not more money and Alarm Pro couldn’t give us that. I am sorry to all of the people who have come in contact with rude security sales people…I see the problem now…. however I became interested in Vivints product and how helpful it is…. I have sold alarm systems for over 20 yrs. and have seen tacts like the above mentioned within all companies……it’s bad management and greed that leads to this behavior….

 

Blandit Etiam

Last week, a group of researchers unearthed a huge flaw in the Samsung SmartCam SNH 1011's software, which the researchers believe may affect the entire Samsung SmartCam line. A company called Hanwha Techwin licenses the Samsung name to produce these cameras. It's possible that the Samsung SmartCam HD, a model that we've reviewed, is affeceted. Cheapo cameras from no name manufacturers are even worse, with some having flaws so egregious that researchers recommended that users literally toss them in the garbage. Unsecured IP security cameras can provide cybercriminals not only with not only video, but usually sound and still photos as well, of your home or office. If that weren't reason enough to choose a secure camera, unencrypted transmissions could also leak your Wi Fi password or router credentials, giving an attacker complete control over your home network. An attacker could even draft your camera into a botnet, such as in the recent Mirai DDoS attacks, or spy on your social media interactions, financial dealings and private correspondences. Owning an IP camera may not be a terrible idea; AV TEST points out that burglaries in its native Germany have increased by 10 percent since last year. If you do, however, try to buy from a reputable manufacturer, and keep the firmware up to date all the time. If not, you may be trading one kind of insecurity for another. We've reached out to D Link and to Hanhwa Techwin for comment, and will update this story with replies.