Wi-Fi 6E is a new standard for home networking gadgets—routers, security cameras, internet-connected doorbells—that allows these devices to utilize the 6-GHz wireless spectrum.This new 6-GHz band is also a higher-bandwidth slice of the wireless spectrum, so Wi-Fi 6E devices can send stronger, faster signals that contain more information.
News reports this week are raising a different issue: hackers are breaking into users' Ring accounts, which can also be connected to indoor Ring cameras, to take over the devices and get up to all sorts of invasive shenanigans.
Hacker Says He Can Remotely Kill Car Engines Via Compromised GPS Apps. According to security journalist Brian Krebs, the iLnkP2P software made by Shenzhen Yunni Technology is inside millions of different IoT devices, like doorbells, cameras, and baby monitors.
1) Ring Door View Cam. If you live in an apartment building or a condo, you probably don’t have a hardwired doorbell you can rip out and replace with a smart option.