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  • Wyze security issue exposed private cameras to 13,000 …
    2.20.24 – Washington Post – Around 13,000 Wyze security camera customers were able to see sensitive content from strangers’ devices Friday. As cameras were coming back online after a service outage, the customers saw thumbnails from other people’s feeds in their apps, and some clicked through to see videos.
  • Congress Isn’t Exempt From False Fire Alarm Activation
    2.22.22 – Security Sales & Integration – The general perception is that the Congressman pulled the manual station, fully knowing that it would active the alarm, possibly cause a delay …
  • How Much Does A Home Security System Cost In 2024?
    2.22.24 – Forbes – The cost to install a home security system is on average $600, but basic packages are as low as $200 and have the option for DIY. Additional costs can include an installation fee of between $100 and $400, an activation fee of up to $230 and monitoring services fees ranging from $20 to $60 per month.

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