One major concern while setting up a smart home is hackers using your network to meddle with your devices. Sure, they might alter your smart coffee maker’s predetermined brewing time or make your thermostat a few degrees colder, but the real threat comes when they attack your home security cameras. Luckily, you can get this hacker-resistant security camera for just $40 with this pre-Black Friday deal.
The iPM World Security Camera is the perfect solution for homeowners wary of hackers. It uses multiple encryption protocols to prevent hackers from tapping into your security feed to spy on you. Additionally, it contains a powerful 1080p camera and infrared vision to provide a crystal clear view of your home, even in dimly-lit conditions. With the iPM World app, you can live stream your feed and swivel the camera by 360 degrees through your phone, which will give you peace of mind whenever you’re away from home.
Security cameras are meant to keep you safe at home, but none of that matters if hackers can break into it. The iPM World Security Camera today is 69% off with this pre-Black Friday price drop, bringing the price down to $39.99.
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