360 Netcam is designed as a remote video surveillance software.We canmonitor the remote camera via WIFI.We can have high quality video...
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Penalties levied under a New Zealand surveillance law have proved too risky for a leading software defined networking collaboration.
Surveillance cameras are everywhere, backed by sophisticated facial recognition software. But you can defeat them, the NSA and whoever else is monitoring you. Here's how.
HMRC acted unlawfully by failing to disclose whether or not a body of evidence claiming tech sales of surveillance software to repressive regimes had been rejected.
An Indian malware service is building attack software for projects involving secret surveillance.
Mozilla has sent a cease and desist letter to the maker of surveillance software that identifies itself as Firefox when running on a victim's system.
LloydsIP is a surveillance software supporting P2P (peer-to-peer) network camera.Features:1. Identifying each camera through unique...
Weeks after US privacy groups called on Microsoft to disclose law enforcement requests to Skype, amid controversy over China surveillance and snooping, the software giant did. While China appears low in the table, the devil is in the details.
Germany's foreign minister Guido Westerwelle has told a conference that the country hopes to ban the export of tools that could allow repressive regimes to monitor their own citizens.
WebCam Looker is a video-monitoring program which turns your computer into a comprehensive video-security system to watch your home...
The Australian Federal Police has denied that it uses TrapWire surveillance software to track Australian citizens, but the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation would not confirm nor deny if it uses the controversial software.
Polaris Wireless is extending its location-tracking software to break into European markets in a multi-million dollar deal.
Comcast's Xfinity Home service will add EcoFactor's smart thermostat software to its growing cadre of security, monitoring and surveillance services.
For security researcher, software hacker and activist Jacob Appelbaum, the equation is clear. Anyone working on surveillance or censorship technology is part of a serious global problem.
Apple took more than three years to fix a hole in its iTunes updater that allowed the software to be used as a distribution vector for spyware.A recent Wall Street Journal report detailed off-the-shelf surveillance software used by regimes such the one that fell in Egypt earlier this year.
Lord Alton has asked the UK government why there is no embargo on the sale of British-made surveillance technologies to Iran
Road-rage drivers, sexual predators and graffiti vandals will be targeted under trials of high-tech surveillance software in the City of Ipswich.
Advanced surveillance technology that can help identify would-be terrorists and criminals hiding in crowds is winning international recognition for Sydney company iOmniscient.
A company formed using government and university funds has begun to commercialise a video technology that learns to recognise unusual behaviour from moving video footage, such as someone falling down the stairs at a train station.
HAVA is a networked appliance that can encode a video source in real-time and stream it to your mobile phone. For example, you can connect a surveillance camera to the HAVA box and you will be able to watch the surveillance video on your mobile phone, via the HAVA mobile client software.
University of Bristol researchers have developed a non-intrusive visual surveillance system for wildlife habitats. They've used their system to monitor the behavior of 20,000 African penguins on Robben Island in South Africa. By definition, conventional tagging techniques can only monitor animals which have been tagged. On the contrary, the 'Penguin Recognition Project' relies on visual recognition software. The scientists claim that they can correctly identify an individual penguin 'with around 98 per cent reliability' -- how can they measure this? They also claim that their approach could be used to monitor other endangered species, such as zebras or sharks. But read more...
Law enforcement officers around the world can be happy today. A computer scientist and PhD candidate from the Umeå University in Sweden has developed algorithms that give a computer the possibility of recognizing a face, even if only one picture exists in the database used to identify criminals or suspects. The software can synthesize other images of a single face using various angles, light conditions or facial expressions. This means that at a security control, a police officer should be able to compare an image taken by a surveillance camera with all the variants of the images contained in their databases. This is at the same time brilliant and frightening. But read more...
Software which links ordinary mobile phones into a smart camera surveillance network has been developed by Swiss researchers.