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Eco WorkChoice Indoor WiFi Tap Outlet-$7.44@Home Depot

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Home Depot offers the Eco WorkChoice Indoor WiFi Tap Outlet [homedepot.com] in White, model no. CT-065W, for $7.44. Choose in-store pickup to avoid the $5.99 shipping fee.
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How can I connect this to Amazon Echo ?
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Hmmm....

I was very interested in this until I read this review:

"Cons: Sends your WiFi configuration (SSID and password) in clear text to a server in Taiwan as part of the setup. Turning off the "cloud" features doesn't stop it from phoning home continuously.

Geeks: It's based on an ESP8266, hack as desired."


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Hmmm....

I was very interested in this until I read this review:

"Cons: Sends your WiFi configuration (SSID and password) in clear text to a server in Taiwan as part of the setup. Turning off the "cloud" features doesn't stop it from phoning home continuously.

Geeks: It's based on an ESP8266, hack as desired."


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So then you could set this up using your Guest server and limit the Routers connectivity and settings.

I wouldn't want to use my Main either.
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Kinda looks like the Belkin WeMo
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This was a 2pack last year. Anyone know it it'll drop lower?
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purchased bunch earlier of the year @ $7 for two-pack. much better than Belkin Wemo and dlink
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purchased bunch earlier of the year @ $7 for two-pack. much better than Belkin Wemo and dlink
You liked it better even considering that it's reported to send your network's wifi password in clear text (unencrypted) to a foreign country?
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he's from Taiwan
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It was a 2 pack for $7.50 in January
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Can anyone confirm if they do or don't have the voltage/current monitoring board?
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So, is there a reason I should be concerned someone in Taiwan may attempt connecting to my network? Pretty sure the signal won't reach.
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So, is there a reason I should be concerned someone in Taiwan may attempt connecting to my network? Pretty sure the signal won't reach.
Lol. EXACTLY!!! Who cares if someone in Taiwan knows my local wifi password. They'd have to be in my yard to access it.
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people just overwhelming about the privacy. They do not understand that if you are on internet then you have no privacy. just matter hacker want to go after you or not. if they want, they can find every single detailed data you post, upload, send over the internet.

if you really care privacy, do not use any IoT.

I will definitely not put this plug on my main network. I am not worrying to the plug to send my network password. I am worrying that they can sniff my bank account name and password and send to somewhere else.
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use w/o hub with just an app?
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