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Looking to catch my landlord breaking in...iSpy...kinda freaky

 
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07/20/2014 11:09 PM
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Looking to catch my landlord breaking in...iSpy...kinda freaky
I ran across iSpyconnect, google it if you'd like-I'm always wary about adding links.

I'm looking for a free motion detector program that can use my built in webcam. Everything looked great- motion and sound detection, can run in the background (so not obvious)... but then what I read was a little disturbing:

"Install iSpyServer on their computers and setup a video feed of their desktop - you can password protect it and leave it running in the background. Hey presto - you can now sign in from anywhere in the world and watch a live feed of exactly what they're working on"

EEEK! Yup, that's a little scary. Basically it's saying that it's not just watching the room, but also watching everything on my computer too.

Anyone know of a *safe* (relative term, I know) program to use? You know, maybe one that doesn't log in and read all your information? Funny how they work that in like it's a perk.
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07/20/2014 11:11 PM

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Re: Looking to catch my landlord breaking in...iSpy...kinda freaky
Yeah. Don't use your webcam. Cameras are pretty cheap nowadays.
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07/20/2014 11:36 PM
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Re: Looking to catch my landlord breaking in...iSpy...kinda freaky
"Install iSpyServer on their computers and setup a video feed of their desktop - you can password protect it and leave it running in the background. Hey presto - you can now sign in from anywhere in the world and watch a live feed of exactly what they're working on"

EEEK! Yup, that's a little scary. Basically it's saying that it's not just watching the room, but also watching everything on my computer too.

Anyone know of a *safe* (relative term, I know) program to use? You know, maybe one that doesn't log in and read all your information? Funny how they work that in like it's a perk.
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I assume that's aimed at businesses with employees using company computers from home or wherever.

Good luck with the landlord snooping, keep us updated!
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