Open Standards are Open Doors
You spend money on security cameras because you want to make sure your properties are safe. However, not every surveillance camera sold on the market can offer what you want.
Most IP-based cameras are designed to support open standards, meaning their architectures are made available on the internet for everyone to read. Any technical person can easily learn how to hack a video surveillance system that supports open standards and watch the same footage that you are also watching. That resembles leaving the back door open for burglars.
At TeleEye, security always comes in mind when our engineers start works on a video surveillance system. With multi-layer anti-hacking protection, you can be sure your valuables are in safe hands.
TeleEye Secured Protocol for Internet
Hackers usually attack a H.264 IP camera through the Open Systems Services such as HTTP, RTSP, FTP commonly embedded in the camera. By sending suitable Open Systems Protocol commands to a H.264 IP camera or by capturing and analyzing its Open Systems data streams, hackers can bypass the security of the camera and access to live video footages remotely.
TeleEye has developed special video streaming protocols that provide extra security during internet transmission. Without knowing the details of TeleEye proprietary protocols, hackers are not able to decode the captured data streams. TeleEye customers are protected from internet thieves
TeleEye encrypts critical data using AES 256 bit encryption technology, a method adopted by the US government for top-secret information. The superior encryption design prevents hackers from understanding the data delivered through open platforms.
Pair Matching Architecture
TeleEye hardware and software applications have individual identities to match with each other. Only valid registered pair can log on to perform video surveillance functions. In other words, other customer’s non-registered TeleEye software is prohibited from gaining access to your security video systems.
Specific IP Access
IP filtering restricts users only with designated IP addresses to gain access to your security camera network, whilst other unauthorised IP addresses are warded off automatically
Proprietary Video Coder
By analyzing captured internet data streams, hackers using commonly available tools are able to detect and decode videos made from Open Standards coders such as H.264, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG.
TeleEye’s HD SMAC-M video compression technology protects visual data in a proprietary format that are not known to the public. This makes it hard for hackers to crack TeleEye video streams even if access to your video network is seemingly compromised.