Retailers including Amazon and Walmart are selling unsafe knockoff video doorbells, report finds


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A range of video doorbell brands sold by online retailers including Amazon, Sears, Shein, Temu and Walmart have security vulnerabilities that could expose users to hackers, an investigation by Consumer Reports found. The consumer advocacy group found issues with a dozen seemingly identical video doorbells sold under brand names including Eken and Tuck. All are made by the Eken Group, based in Shenzhen, China, and controlled through a mobile app called Aiwit, which Eken operates, CR said. Eken and Tuck are not well-known brands in the video doorbell market, yet they are relatively strong sellers online. The doorbells appeared in...