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    With the current IoT and smart devices.

    I am wondering if I should use a smart camera in my home with the current EUFY hacks, what are ways to know detect if they have been breached or prevent them from occurring. I know I could use a VLAN, and keep switching passwords but that takes away the experience of watching my kid ?

    I have seen countless situations of people getting their homes cyber broken into from literally other countries ?

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    The best way to keep hackers from getting into your smart cameras is to always use strong passwords, use two-factor authentication, and make sure your gadgets always have the latest security patches. You should also secure the data the camera stores and sends, and only let it connect to the local network. Also, it's important to make sure that any third-party services that the camera uses are safe. You can also make the camera even safer by using VLANs or routers. Lastly, make sure you always keep an eye on the camera to see if anything strange is going on.

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