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peephole

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DoorBot's digital peephole doesn't quite cut it

BOT Home Automation's $199 Wi-Fi doorbell promises increased security and convenience, but does it deliver?

By July 31, 2014

Article

Man accused of 'peephole hacking' ESPN star

A man is arrested in the case of voyeur videos, allegedly taken by mini cameras, of ESPN presenter Erin Andrews that caused an online storm.

By October 3, 2009

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'Video peephole' for the paranoid home

Record whoever darkens our door

By February 2, 2007

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MySpace plugging photo peephole

Hours after being alerted to a new security hole that exposes members' private photos, the company says it is fixing it.

By November 4, 2008

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Facebook suspends app that permitted peephole

Holes in Facebook had allowed anyone to see your birthday, relationship status, gender, and other personal information on the Top Friends application.

By June 26, 2008

Editors' Take

Samsung S View Cover

Can't see what's on your phone when a cover is on it? Samsung's solution is to cut a small peephole in it.

March 14, 2013

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Samsung's S View cover lets you peek at your Galaxy S4

The new S View Cover for the Galaxy S4 clips onto the top of the new phone, but offers a clever workaround by simply cutting a rectangular peephole into the cover material, giving you partial access to the screen.

March 18, 2013

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Virus spreads on promises of naked ESPN star

Sideline reporter is filmed, in a state of unclothing, through the peephole of her hotel room. The film goes viral--in the sense that hackers try to pass a virus to those who view it.

By July 20, 2009

Article

Answer the door even when you're out with SmartBell

A 23-year-old student has won a competition run by Japanese giant Sharp with his idea for a smart doorbell that plays video messages to visitors.

By August 1, 2014

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Antispam developer: New method is only a first step

A Cisco engineer behind the promising new DomainKeys Identified Mail standard warns it isn't immune to exploitation by cybercriminals, but is instead more like "a peephole in the door."

By July 12, 2007