How We Built the World’s First (Truly) Private Home Security Camera

IoTeX Team
Jan 20, 2020 · 1 min read

In September, 2019 a series of Nest devices began disregarding their regular video and temperature settings — oscillating wildly and in the case of one Wisconsin couple, feeding strange voices through their Nest kitchen camera while setting the home’s temperature to 90 degrees fahrenheit.

Consumer IoT device hacks reached a historical and notably dystopian crescendo this past fall. With Nest claiming to have sold at least 11 million home IoT units since launching in 2011 and Wyze and Ring’s eye popping sales numbers in the many millions respectively: the total internet connected home security camera market in the United States is easily in the tens of millions.

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