- October 19, 2016
- Adam Beguelin
Last month the Wall Street Journal reported: Hackers Infect Army of Cameras, DVRs for Massive Internet Attacks
How can something like this happen? It turns out security cameras and DVRs are just network connected computers, and they can be hacked just like any other computer. However, it’s worse than that, a large number of these systems ship with default passwords, so anyone who can connect to them can get into the system and install any software they want.
By using Sensr.net you can add an extra layer of security to your IP camera deployments.Read More
- August 13, 2014
- Geoffrey Pottow
Despite looking like it belongs in the 90s the Panasonic BL-C30A actually boasts some great reviews. It is easy to setup and provides a pretty high quality video. It might not be the most sleek or attractive camera on the market but it will get the job done and its built by a very large and reputable company which is a plus for a lot of people. In this tutorial I will show you how to get this bad boy setup and streaming to the cloud with Sensr.net so you can watch your stuff from anywhere at anytime.
- August 7, 2014
- Geoffrey Pottow
The TRENDnet TV-IP311PI network camera is a nice solution if you want an outdoor camera that supports Power Over Ethernet (POE). To get started with this camera on Sensr.net, just plug it into a POE router and it will grab an IP address via DHCP. To find the IP address, you can use the included software or just look at the attached devices on your router’s admin page. Look for the MAC address of the camera in the list and you’ll be good to go. In my case the camera was using 10.1.1.113.
I’ll also show you how to push images to Sensr.net so you can take advantage of all of our cool features, like SMS and email alerts, 30 days archiving, no firewall config, clip sharing, embedable live streams, guest access, etc.Read More