Daily Deal: Oco Wireless HD Security Camera

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Keep tabs on your home while you’re away with the $119 Oco Wireless HD Security Camera. This super simple home monitoring system delivers a live, 720p HD video feed right to your smartphone. It comes with infrared night vision, two-way talk, and sound and motion detection. The Oco Camera also comes with one year free of 1-Day Cloud video archive and a $100 credit to use the next year for the same service.

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Paul Renault (profile) says:

Re: Simple fix.

IoT devices should never be on your main WiFi network. They should only be on a guest WiFi or on a WiFi network that is separate from your main WiFi using its own NAT router. Likewise, none of your guests should be using your main Wifi network.

Since you’re correctly concerned about security, I’ll assume you’ve got a newer, more secure Wifi/Access-Point/Router, which should be able to provide a guest network.

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