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  • When you attach the Ring Video Doorbell Pro from Ring to your existing hardwired doorbell, you are able to monitor your front door area using your mobile device. The Ring Doorbell Pro features 1920 x 1080 resolution for high-quality images, and it has built-in IR LEDs for use at night or in low-light conditions.
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No one hacked Ring... Its because IDIOTS reuse the same username/password combo on multiple sites! Ring was NEVER hacked, people used leaked credentials from OTHER real hacks and simply logged in as the user.

Ring isnt like PayPal or Amazon where you need cookies and socks5 proxy to access the site, anyone can log in so long as they have your credentials. By reusing the same username and password, those people screwed themselves.

If you log in with valid credentials whats the ring site supposed to do? Not let you log in? This is why you use 2 factor! Ring was never hacked, stop spreading BS.
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It isn't trash. You can't blame a company when a user doesn't take adequate security precautions. You know like not enabling MultiFactor authentication (which they support) or using a repeat username and password that is used on other sites.
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Not true. Please read up on the facts.
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great deal. got mine with free shipping
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Does it require a subscription like the Ring 2 does?

Edit: Nevermind, it does require a subscription.
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Does it require a subscription like the Ring 2 does?

Edit: Nevermind, it does require a subscription.
I dont think So if you just want to get notifications. No saved videos though.
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NOPE, after that pedo hacked into a little girls ring in her room to watch/talk to her, this product is garbage and too unsecure. Youtube search "ring hacked"
No one hacked Ring... Its because IDIOTS reuse the same username/password combo on multiple sites! Ring was NEVER hacked, people used leaked credentials from OTHER real hacks and simply logged in as the user.

Ring isnt like PayPal or Amazon where you need cookies and socks5 proxy to access the site, anyone can log in so long as they have your credentials. By reusing the same username and password, those people screwed themselves.

If you log in with valid credentials whats the ring site supposed to do? Not let you log in? This is why you use 2 factor! Ring was never hacked, stop spreading BS.
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NOPE, after that pedo hacked into a little girls ring in her room to watch/talk to her, this product is garbage and too unsecure. Youtube search "ring hacked"
Not true. Please read up on the facts.
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NOPE, after that pedo hacked into a little girls ring in her room to watch/talk to her, this product is garbage and too unsecure. Youtube search "ring hacked"
It isn't trash. You can't blame a company when a user doesn't take adequate security precautions. You know like not enabling MultiFactor authentication (which they support) or using a repeat username and password that is used on other sites.
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NOPE, after that pedo hacked into a little girls ring in her room to watch/talk to her, this product is garbage and too unsecure. Youtube search "ring hacked"
Let's be unbiased now. The product/service wasn't "hacked" at all. Hacking is the exploitation of vulnerabilities in software to gain unauthorized access.

All of these "hacking" incidents that are making the news is from people reusing passwords that have been compromised when other companies were actually hacked and the passwords dumped on the internet. So these malicious actors are just trying user name and passwords.

If you get this, you should be a password solely for ring or 2FA that has been a part of the ring system for a long time now.
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NOPE, after that pedo hacked into a little girls ring in her room to watch/talk to her, this product is garbage and too unsecure. Youtube search "ring hacked"
Who puts a doorbell in a kids room? I don't care who sees what's going on outside my house
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sadly yes and Google is your friend! do a quick search and make your own opinion on whether to buy this.

Here's how hackers work: they buy your hacked homedepot.com username and password for 7 cents then go on every major site to see if you used the same email and password there.

basically a few people used the same credentials on ring.com so they were able to exploit a USER flaw. No flaws exist with Ring, you can't blame "stupid" and say it's a company's technology.
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