Wi-Fi camera


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Wi-Fi camera

A digital camera that transmits images to a computer or printer via wireless Wi-Fi. Using wireless rather than a USB cable, images can be stored on a local computer and bypass the memory card, allowing for an almost unlimited number of pictures to be taken. See Wi-Fi.
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D-Link has announced the development of a new Wi-Fi camera that will support Apple HomeKit and the new Home app in iOS 10 later this year, making the global networking company one of the latest major brands to support Apple's smart home framework.
The new D-Link Wi-Fi camera and integration with HomeKit is
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The Wi-Fi camera can be used in office environment for monitoring customer service as well as security in small enterprises.
Three of the top 20 attacks that had been recognized zeroed in on these internet-connected devices, with exploit activity quadrupling against devices such as Wi-Fi cameras.
That consumer demand has guided smart home solution provider Alcidae to allocate most of its research and development resources into developing security related smart home products such as garage door controllers, Wi-Fi cameras and video doorbells.
The stack overflow vulnerabilities affect more than 120 D-Link products , from Wi-Fi cameras to routers and modems, and allow remote attackers to completely hijack the administer account of the devices to install backdoors and intercept traffic.