Consumer Reports’ data security and data privacy tests of 24 video doorbells found vulnerabilities in five models from four brands. Consumer Reports says the concerns identified with brands Eufy, GoControl, LaView and Netvue can expose user data like email addresses and account passwords. Tests also found most video doorbells lack two-factor authentication. Meanwhile, cybersecurity researchers at Check Point identified “vulnerabilities” with Amazon’s Alexa that could enable hackers to access voice history and personal information.
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