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Dropcams and Nest Cams connect to the Nest cloud service using 2048-bit RSA private keys for key exchange, implement perfect forward secrecy and encrypt data between Dropcam/Nest Cam and the Nest cloud service using AES 128-bit encryption and Transport Layer Security (TLS). https://nest.com/privacy/data/ Though, that is not enough, there are some known ...


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A better approach is to get a broadband router that will fall back to using a 3G/4G USB stick if the broadband line goes down. This means any devices (such as your Nest cam) doesn't need to know about 2 different networks, the router handles all that for all devices. There are plenty of these on the market as it's a standard fall back for small businesses ...


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The default operation of the camera(s) may not be secure. If security features are enabled, it will likely include authorization and encryption to get at the video feed. However, your are best assuming that even with security features enabled - your cameras are not secure. There are back doors baked into these products on many levels before the device is ...


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Great question! As has been remarked in the comments, this sounds mostly like a news report rant that hasn't really researched completely. All the articles out there say essentially the same thing: no new research has been done to confirm suspicions, and all articles find their source (eventually) in a single article by abiresearch.com. That article in ...


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