Anker admits lack of encryption on Eufy security cameras

Anker got itself in a big debacle over its Eufy security cameras which were caught uploading footage from users’ cameras to the cloud without their consent as uncovered by information security consultant Paul Moore back in November. The bigger problem was that the uploaded user content from Eufy cameras was accessible via media players such as VLC for others to watch. Anker claimed its cameras used end-to-end encryption with all content being stored locally and only sent to devices on the user’s home network.

After months of uncertainty, Anker finally admitted that its Eufy cameras…

Article Source: Gizbot

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