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Surveillance Cameras

Read: St. Louis County Police Accused of Covering Up Surveillance Camera

St. Louis County Police Accused of Covering Up Surveillance Camera

St. Louis County police officers have been caught covering a surveillance camera in a MetroLink security office eight times.

Read: Millions of Security Cameras Can Be Hacked Due to This New Vulnerability

Millions of Security Cameras Can Be Hacked Due to This New Vulnerability

A dangerous new vulnerability called the “Devil’s Ivy” has been discovered by IoT researchers.

Read: 7 Outdoor Security Cameras for Harsh Weather

7 Outdoor Security Cameras for Harsh Weather

Searching for an outdoor security camera? Here are some options from Dahua, ATV, Canon and more.

Read: Milestone Systems Prevails in License Dispute With OnSSI

Milestone Systems Prevails in License Dispute With OnSSI

The order comes after Milestone notified the court that OnSSI had made monetary payments to Milestone as required by an arbitration panel.

Read: Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Bear Breaks Into House While Owner Sleeps

Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Bear Breaks Into House While Owner Sleeps

Other top surveillance videos include an exploding dorm building, a runaway bus and much more!

Read: The Perils of Neglecting Security Systems Maintenance and Why You Should Care

The Perils of Neglecting Security Systems Maintenance and Why You Should Care

It is up to integrators to explain to their clients the importance of maintaining security systems. Not doing so can lead to tragedy.

Read: Top 7 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Clerk Uses Pipe to Fight Off Armed Robber

Top 7 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Clerk Uses Pipe to Fight Off Armed Robber

Other top surveillance videos include a deer strolling through a dorm, gunfire at a block party and more.

Read: Police Department Launches Voluntary Surveillance Camera Registration Database

Police Department Launches Voluntary Surveillance Camera Registration Database

In Hagerstown, Md., police are asking for residents’ consent to view security camera footage in the event of a crime or other incident for investigative purposes.

Read: BART Replaces Fake Security Cameras on Train Cars With Real Ones

BART Replaces Fake Security Cameras on Train Cars With Real Ones

BART officials finally make good on a pledge to replace decoy video surveillance cameras seven months after a fatal shooting.

Read: Virus-Infected Roadside Cameras Result in Thousands of Withdrawn Traffic Tickets

Virus-Infected Roadside Cameras Result in Thousands of Withdrawn Traffic Tickets

The WannaCry ransomware virus was unknowingly uploaded to hundreds of traffic cameras in Australia.

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