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Wyze cameras let some owners see into a stranger’s home — again

The Wyze Cam OG (pictured left) and the Wyze Cam OG Telephoto 3x (right) on a black backdrop.
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Five months ago, we wrote about how your Wyze webcam might have let strangers peek into your house. Today, it happened again. Wyze cofounder David Crosby confirms that at least a dozen users were able to briefly see into a stranger’s property because they were shown an image from someone else’s camera.

“We have now identified a security issue where some users were able to see thumbnails of cameras that were not their own in the Events tab,” he told The Verge.

After an extended outage that Wyze says stemmed from problems with AWS, we found ten different Redditors reporting that their Wyze app showed them images they shouldn’t have seen — including glimpses of a stranger’s porch or in some cases, a living room. Some of the videos were from…

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