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IPVM - Hikvision was created and controlled by the CCP

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It’s not just hikvision and dahua amazon are under fire for watching 1000s of peoples ring door bell..... police are now asking for access to door bell cameras

there is an easy way that could inform customers of any intrusive access to there systems because of easy P2P setup and that’s for ISP to give there customers the location of inbound ip address...... but that’s not going to happen

 

P2P setup is the problem .... no one knows we’re there device is connecting too or what information is being collected

 

even IPVM report is a bit inaccurate 

(quote) people in USA would go mad if dahua was using this tech in the USA....... yet no mention of lorex  now 100% owned by dahua same software 

 

we haven’t used hikvision for past 8 years ... as we noticed on recorder logs 100s of IP address on one customers unit 

 

I have never had a system hacked but the way IOT is going no one will know 

at the moment for past few months I have been trying out a new ip filter box

you fit it inline with recorder and you enter IP address and MAC address into the filter ... cell phone - tablet - laptop  all device you want to access recorder..... and blocks everything else

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33 minutes ago, ThinkPadUser2021 said:

IPVM does keep a directory of Dahua OEMs and Lorex is on there: https://ipvm.com/reports/dahua-oem

 

Also, the original article is on Hikvision, not Dahua. 

Again old information.... lorex OEM was 2019 

not owned by dahua at that time .. it is now

 

 

post your link again from your first post as it does not work now

 

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26 minutes ago, tomcctv said:

Again old information.... lorex OEM was 2019 

not owned by dahua at that time .. it is now

Quoting from the OEM directory:

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FLIR: After selling off Lorex and their SMB business to Dahua in 2018, FLIR has shifted from their previous Dahua OEM line to the Dynacolor OEM Quasar/Ariel cameras. However, there are still some remaining stock of FLIR-branded Dahua OEM cameras available in distribution."

 

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post your link again from your first post as it does not work now

https://ipvm.com/reports/hikvision-prc

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