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Although reviews show a perfect score of five it is only based on two reviews.

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But if you want the best quality, the Nest Cam IQ is probably the camera for you, especially if you find a deal. It’ll be lighter on your pocket too. The Hive Camera doesn’t work with the Hive ecosystem, and instead has its own dedicated app, which is either going to be a positive or a negative depending on if you already have Hive products, or are planning on building out from your camera purchase. What’s nice is that the Hive Camera has a slot for an microSD card so that you can record footage directly on the camera, with no need for a subscription. The design is more traditional, with a white plastic casing, and a black surround for the camera lens. It has some tricks up its sleeve, like being able to sound an alarm or even replicate the sound of a barking dog if you see someone in your house who shouldn’t be there. Read our review: Hive CameraMore Indoor Security Camera Deals?Amazon Cloud CamViewSee all pricesWyze Labs WyzeCam$29ViewSee all pricesYI Cloud Dome Camera 1080P$39. 99ViewSee all pricesWyze Labs WyzeCam Pan$37. 98ViewSee all pricesYI 720p Dome Camera$29. 94 View at Amazon$228View at eBay$317. 36View at Walmart MarketplaceSee all prices 36 found?Works with AlexaMotion activated alertsCustomizable motion zonesRequires a subscription for saved videosMonitor and secure your home with the Ring Security Cam that features built in motion activated floodlights.

 

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The company found "no noticeable vulnerabilities in the communication of the camera and app" in each camera, meaning that they're about as secure as IP cameras can get. However, AV TEST noted "optimization potential" for each camera's companion mobile app, suggesting that the user interfaces are not as user friendly as they could be. This is not a trivial issue — the more obtuse a UI, the less likely a user is to take charge of his or her own security, which could lead to vulnerabilities down the road. The D Link DCS 2132L and the Gigaset Camera scored only one star out of three, with potential vulnerabilities in just about every category tested. The only exception was that external camera controls were "secured" in the Gigaset. In particular, AV TEST cited " transmission of information" and " image transmission" in the D Link, and "vulnerable encryption" and "unsecured transmission of individual images" in the Gigaset. Readers may remember that the U. S. Federal Trade Commission sued D Link earlier this month for allegedly poor security in its routers and security cameras. The remaining cameras — the Netatmo Welcome, the Smartfrog Cam and the Withings Home — all got passable marks, with a mix of "secured," "vulnerable" and partially vulnerable features. The exact minutiae of each model are not interesting unless you happen to own one of those particular cameras, but issues ranged from "unsecured transmission of live preview image" to "firmware update transmitted unencrypted.