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Wansview Outdoor 1080P WiFi Wireless IP Security Bullet Camera $50

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$50 is the new low price (per my CamelCamelCamel alert) for this outdoor 1080P wired/wireless IP camera rated 4 out of 5 stars by 465+ Amazon reviews...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01J0V6C2Y [amazon.com]

Features:
1.Super HD 1080P video with H.264 video compression format, giving you clear and true sense of the living stream. No need to strain your eyes, keep relaxing.
2. 6mm Lens provides 65 degree wide viewing angle which covers a large area of your house.
3.IP 66 Waterproof camera shell and 36 IR LED night vision up to 60 feet which covers every corner of your home anytime even in the dark.
4. Provide free Wansview App and PC software(Windows and Mac) and manufacturer DDNS for remote access.
5. 2.0-2.5 onvif protocol and RTSP with excellent compatibitly with most of NVRs and third party software Blue iris and ispy and ZoneMinder.
6. 24/7 continuous recording to your computer via Wansview PC software.
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Perfect for the CIA or the Chinese to keep tabs on you with
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FYI - I do not know much about this brand, just that the main moderator on ipcamtalk has a low opinion of it.

Thus if you're looking for something like this I would keep an eye out for models from Q-see, Amcrest, LaView,...

https://ipcamtalk.com/search/5046...iew&o=date

FYI - if you need an indoor rated camera, this one is very well liked by the folks at ipcamtalk ONCE you update the firmware.
https://slickdeals.net/f/10789367-annke-security-i61dr-2mp-1080p-ip-security-camera-49-free-shipping-49-99
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Well - I bought one - and it works very well. Looks as good as any of my Foscam's in Blue Iris, and there is nothing trying to get in/out of my network other than what I want. Not sure where that spying comment would come from... Anything to back that up?
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Well - I bought one - and it works very well. Looks as good as any of my Foscam's in Blue Iris, and there is nothing trying to get in/out of my network other than what I want. Not sure where that spying comment would come from... Anything to back that up?
Hi 77,

I don't know this brand well.

What do you get from a nmap scan on this camera?
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Hi 77,

I don't know this brand well.

What do you get from a nmap scan on this camera?
I didn't consider this brand until this deal popped up, so I don't know them much other than the price looked good for what I was looking for. Figured Amazon would take it back easy enough, if necessary. My main beef with it right now is that the field of view is narrower than on other 1080p cameras I am using,

What would you want from nmap? Looking at just the ports dump from the run, I see that RTSP, HTTP, and UPNP are open on the camera. I don't really know this software well, so you tell me what you might expect. Generally, I just check my router to see what is trying to get in and out, and so far I only see this camera communicating with my local Blue Iris server. Will definitely look at closing 49152 now, though.
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Scanning 192.168.1.235 [1000 ports]
Discovered open port 554/tcp on 192.168.1.235
Discovered open port 80/tcp on 192.168.1.235
Discovered open port 49152/tcp on 192.168.1.235
Completed SYN Stealth Scan at 13:50, 0.74s elapsed (1000 total ports)
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I didn't consider this brand until this deal popped up, so I don't know them much other than the price looked good for what I was looking for. Figured Amazon would take it back easy enough, if necessary. My main beef with it right now is that the field of view is narrower than on other 1080p cameras I am using,

What would you want from nmap? Looking at just the ports dump from the run, I see that RTSP, HTTP, and UPNP are open on the camera. I don't really know this software well, so you tell me what you might expect. Generally, I just check my router to see what is trying to get in and out, and so far I only see this camera communicating with my local Blue Iris server. Will definitely look at closing 49152 now, though.
Hi 77,

I would not worry too much about a narrower FOV - that actually gives you a longer ID distance.

Between nmap, and something like wireshark and tools we can get a better idea of what the camera is attempting to do.

The questions:

What IP address are the cameras attempting to talk to. ( often for cellphone or remote access ).
What DNS names are they looking for.
What services are they running ( this is what nmap helps with ) and on what ports?
Did UPnP open up ports in our router? Is there port forwarding going on to those ports running on the camera?
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I don't see any WAN activity from this camera. I'll have to look again to see if it tried. I have a pfsense router, UPnP is disabled, and nothing was opened for it and I may actually block the other ports in there.

I am going to nmap all my cameras to see what they say for reference - and I'll look at the rest of the log from this camera when I get on again.
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So I ran it on most of my cameras... Most Foscams have HTTP and HTTPS open - some have RTSP open, and one other lesser brand has HTTP, RTSP, and some kind of tcp control port open (which is blocked at the router).

I have an XML and text dump of the Wansview nmap run - just not sure if putting it up on Slickdeals is the best plan.
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just an educated guess, port 49152 is probably the P2P port
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