Note: To prepare for this configuration the UID must be documented for the camera.
The number is usually located on a label on the bottom or the side of the camera.
https:// https:// https:// • February 24, 2016 PM No mention if this is in the EULA.
Would be far more interesting if it did this, and it was NOT mentioned. Did you think about running packet sniffer software and seeing WHAT it was sending that used 20 Gb/day?
I don't see how it's fair to complain about company X violating one's privacy when buying an Io T device in the first place declares you don't give a damn about privacy.
Rather than trying to fix things to be private we should all take a step back and simply be private.
Be sure all the numbers and letters are correct otherwise it will be impossible to add the camera using this method.
I had a chat with a very savvy network engineer friend who did some remote testing, verified that my router firewall was operating in a secure configuration, and we deduced that the camera was 'calling out' to a server through my firewall.• February 24, 2016 PM I can verify this behaviour.I purchased two Foscam cameras after being burgled just after Christmas, and installed them both. The indoor camera was one of the new models which configures itself by scanning a QR code on its base with a phone app. I followed all instructions carefully, resetting passwords from the default and selecting the maximum privacy options.Most users of these devices do not understand how to do that.They plug it in, they can surf the web, they're happy.