Our latest lab tests have uncovered affordable cameras that effectively guard your home against intruders. But it's not all good news – one of the wireless security cameras in this latest batch performed so poorly we labelled it a Don't Buy.
Wireless camera brand fixes vulnerability discovered during Which? testing that could have posed a risk to you and your smart home data.
Outdoor cameras from Nest, Hive and Amazon's Ring put through their paces, including how easy they are to set up and if they protect you from hackers.
More than 100,000 indoor surveillance cameras in UK homes, including popular marketplace brands ieGeek, Accfly and SV3C, could be easily hacked, allowing someone to spy on your home.
Which? welcomes this 'critical first step' towards safeguarding what are often poorly designed products that put user security and privacy at risk, and has worked closely with the DCMS – the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, since 2014 to help put these measures in place.
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More than 50,000 internet-connected cameras, sold mostly on Amazon, could have critical security flaws putting UK consumers’ privacy at risk.
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