Auto Account Lock Out? Who Does/Does Not Do It?

In the past couple of years, some manufacturers (notably Hikvision, Dahua, and Samsung) have added auto account lock out, which automatically locks an IP camera account after a specified number of invalid log in attempts. Typically, users must wait a set amount of time (typically 30 minutes) before attempting to log in again, or reboot the camera.

This helps prevent against dictionary attacks, one of the most basic forms of cyber attacks, in which an attacker essentially attempts hundreds or thousands of passwords until the correct one is found using automated tools.

Aside from the three mentioned above, which manufacturers support auto account lock out?

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