Asked by pasweeney 5 years ago
To stop break ins
Asked by lty516 9 years ago
Hey everyone! For a long time, being a modeler and working in the industry, I have always felt that Modelers get the short end of the stick. Things get re textured, models get hijacked and studios just kind of store models and stock pile them up. Some people will even resell models that don't belong to them. I used to see it all the time. Well, my crew and I came out with a software that enables you to share and collaborate on your 3D files securely. We won the SXSW Innovation Award for Privacy & Security last month and just released our beta this week. We would love for you all to try it out and give us your feedback so that we can make the best product possible. If you are interested, here is the link to download - www.d3crypt3d.net/downloadnow/ Thank you!
Posted by D3CRYPT3D 1 year ago
No matter where I log in, whether it's on the top of the page, on the dedicated login page, or on the pop-up box when I click "View all on one page", I always have to log back in when viewing a new instructable. This happens at work, using IE7, and at home, using FF3.6. And yes, I'm checking the "keep me logged in" box.
Asked by yoyology 8 years ago
I suspect someone is pilfering through my things at work, when I leave my office to walk across the lobby to the restroom. I need to be alerted if this is happening, and, even better, get a video capture of the person doing it that may be burned to disk as proof, and reprimand!
Asked by pnorder 9 years ago
Asked by Kendog78 8 years ago
Hello, Could anyone tell me what type of security tag this is? I have Googled and Wickipediad en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_tag around the subject looking for, 'induction coil security tag', but I mainly find information about the flat strip type. I'm new to electrickery so I am guessing it is an induction type of device? Also, is the green component a capacitor? ...um... Thank you.
Asked by FriendOfHumanity 8 years ago
I'm trying to find a way to bypass the security system in my building, a simple card-reader setup. Really more a prank than not. My boss has been watching my card and logging the times it's accessed, I want to show him that he can't trust the card. Nothing nefarious, just proof that I can be around and not have to access my card. If it helps, the security company is Datawatch.
Asked by crasymonkey89 8 years ago
Ok i like the idea of where you put a security camera in a hidden spot around the house to capture those unwanted trespassers, but recording unwanted recorded video from the the night you were on vacation sometimes is a pain to watch since you have to watch the whole thing or fast forward to the part where someone came "unnoticed" (especially when you have some people in the neighborhood egging your house). anyone have an idea where a standard security camera (mini cameras, cctv, wireless w/ IR lighting) can be hooked up to a computer (or better a stand alone hard drive) and able to use a motion detector and also only record video that shows "someone" on the property when activated?
Posted by KT Gadget 10 years ago
I just noticed instructables doesn't use https for its logins, which is terribly insecure. You should secure at least your login (and preferably the whole site) http://www.chapterthree.com/blog/why-your-site-should-be-using-https
Posted by zkus 3 years ago
Can I connect the output of the recorder ( BNC ) for my wireless security cameras to an LCD flatscreen monitor ?
The flatscreen monitors I have seen have d-sub connectivity. My recorder has a bnc output ( analog?) connection. Manufacturer says the output can be sent to a tv set so I assume it is an analog signal. I want a nice size screen but small unit than a tv set for desktop. Can this be done?
Asked by LeShane 8 years ago
I've been reading alot about reed switches after learning about a security feature for cars, a reed kill switch. I wanted to know how to or if someone could create some kind of setup where if the reed switch closes the circuit, it will activate a wireless remote or something like an alarm within a reasonable distance from the actual switch. I've seen those window/door entry alarms. Would those work? For a car, would it be possible to have the reed switch activate a small alarm in a key fob type of thing?
Asked by booooyet 5 years ago
Ok after having a murder next door and a neighbor pulling a gun on another neighbor I've been thinking Homesecurity. I want to just set up a series of Webcams always streaming to my computer that i can just hit record at a moments notice, any suggestions
Posted by nekollx 4 years ago
Hello! I've been reading instructables for a while and now it's time to join and post a question. I've been finding nails in my driveway and want to catch who's doing this. I've got a 4 channel security camera on it's way and have been thinking and researching ways to hide them. Due to the 'clean' surfaces around my home, it's going to be tough to make the 2" diameter x 6" long bullet cameras blend in (so people don't vandalize/steal them). I've spent hours searching how to camouflage cameras, so I know the 'typical' tricks. I'm thinking about making a fake gutter extension and hiding the camera in there (so it blends into my one story house), possible installing a gable vent on my garage and pointing a camera through that, or trying to mount a camera about 20' up a nearby tree. My favorite idea is to take apart a bullet camera and move the camera lens module, which is much smaller than the whole camera housing, to a more discreet location. I've searched for a while but can't find anyone who has done this with an IP66 outdoor style camera. I know I'm going to lose the IR LED's around the lens, and that's ok (I'll have 3 other cameras for night vision). I think I can point the camera through a small knot hole in my privacy fence and be able to detect who has last walked by when the nails appear. I might make a small weather proof enclosure to protect the lens module...I think I'm a good tinker-er so this isn't the problem. Has anyone hacked apart a security camera and moved the lens module (by extending the wires) to a remote location? I know there are small cameras for sale, I know I can hide a camera in a bird house, etc...but I like to make things. I'm just looking for advice/tips from someone who has done this. When I search for 'hack apart a security camera' I get a bunch of 'hacking into a security system', or 'spy on your neighbors'...I don't want to do either of those. I have great neighbors, I live in a corner house where a lot of people/kids walk...I just want to catch them. Once I know who's doing it, I'll move the cameras to more visible locations (to deter others from doing anything else). Thanks for any help!
Posted by MountainBikeOutlaw 1 year ago
I have a TV of aiwa model A1419 from past 25 yrs at home which I have not been using it since past 1-2 years and have not even started it because I bought a plasma TV 2 yrs back but my old TV even works fine till date if cable is plugged in. Now since I have this TV lying around and I also got a Lifecam Show & Lifecam HD 5000 webcams lying around I want to make a better use of it. So I would like to know how can I make them work as a security camera's outside my house door and watch anyone who comes at my door on the TV itself. The distance between my house door and the TV would be of at least 5-6 meters.
Posted by chandannasta 4 years ago
This is basically ripped from Digg, but I'd much rather open discussion here rather than over on Digg as Digg isn't a discussion, just a horde of comments...Travelers at Sea-Tac and dozens of other major airports across America are being scrutinized by teams of TSA behavior-detection officers specially trained to discern the subtlest suspicious behaviors...Such people are referred for secondary screening, which can include a pat-down search and an X-ray exam. The microfacial expressions, he said, are the same across many cultures. ...a central task is to recognize microfacial expressions....ArticlePerhaps you've read Orwell's 1984 - if you haven't, do so.He did not know how long she had been looking at him, but perhaps for as much as five minutes, and it was possible that his features had not been perfectly under control. It was terribly dangerous to let your thoughts wander when you were in any public place or within range of a telescreen. The smallest thing could give you away. A nervous tic, an unconscious look of anxiety, a habit of muttering to yourselfâ€”anything that carried with it the suggestion of abnormality, of having something to hide. In any case, to wear an improper expression on your face (to look incredulous when a victory was announced, for example) was itself a punishable offence. There was even a word for it in Newspeak: facecrime, it was called.Digg Linked HereAgain a link to the Surveillance map - in which we (US) have joined the UK, Russia and China as an Endemic Surveillance society...LinkHow do you feel about your privacy?I say this as I personally have almost nothing but contempt for the TSA.... I say that as someone that almost always gets extra screening - so much that almost all of my flight tickets of the "SSSS" designation (indicating you get special screening without anyone picking you out).
Posted by trebuchet03 10 years ago
I have several old USB webcams and it seems the you can get them pretty cheaply now. I would like to hook them up to old school CCTV monitors with coaxial connectors. I don't know if it's possible. I was wondering if I could cut the USB cable off and add a coaxial cable and connector. If so, how. I know I'm going to need a separate power supply but I don't know how many volts, if it should be DC or AC, and where to hook this supply up to.
Posted by felixtito 10 years ago
Does anyone know what style of patio door lock this is? https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-oinwyBKNIsM/T-ZqobLgrnI/AAAAAAAABiA/WcRRkQzOzvo/s831/IMG_20120623_191630.jpg https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-AK6eMRKrE_w/T-ZqvqGKpsI/AAAAAAAABiM/B70J1LERjvc/s831/IMG_20120623_191645.jpg Or where I could get an exact replacement. There's nothing wrong with it.. I just want a second one to make a modified door jam so I can still lock my apartment, yet vent my AC without having to worry about anyone breaking in. anyway, any help is appreciated. Thanks Alphonsus
Asked by Alphonsus 6 years ago
For some time, we've allowed anyone, site member or not, to email an Instructable to a friend or two simply by entering the friend's email address and clicking a couple buttons. On Sunday, against our terms of service (see link in the footer), someone ran a script that hacked this feature to send out mass emails to a very large number of people. And the emails looked like they came from us. Not good! I hate to say it, but someone used Instructables to send out spam. So, yesterday I updated the site to prevent this from happening again. I changed it so you could only use this feature if you were logged in. We're thinking about different ways to handle it, to still allow people who don't have an Instructables membership to share Instructables with friends, but limit it in some way to prevent anyone from sending spam again. Once we've decided on the best long-term fix, we'll implement it and I'll post about it here.
Posted by rachel 7 years ago
The cheapest or easiest way to make my security camera rotate?
For a security system, I want to be able to activate a VCR with a wireless switch and then have it run for 30 minutes.
Factory security systems with this option only run for 30-60 seconds at the most. How do I set up a VCR/DVR to do this?
wireless security camera @ the end of a 2mi long driveway. Signal only carries 300'.Amplifier/repeater? Answered
Hello, Trying to install security camera at the end of a 2 mile long driveway.The signal (900mhz) only carries 300'.Is there a (cheap) way of repeating or amplifying the signal?The camera is a Defender PHOENIX1 Wireless Video Security System, Indoor/Outdoor Night Vision Camera Thanks
Asked by pyrate808 7 years ago
Has anybody had any experience with taking an Arduino and electronics misc through airport security. Carry-on or baggage or in your in your shirt pocket? I suppose some ladder climber could make something of it for points seeing a bunch of wires and electronic type stuff. I am planning on a international flight in Feb this next year so i am investigating it now. Thanks W
Posted by WWC 5 years ago
Reuters: LONDON--A British company has developed a camera that can detect weapons, drugs or explosives hidden under people's clothes from up to 25 meters away in what could be a breakthrough for the security industry. Link to Camera news
Posted by Goodhart 10 years ago
I have a car with a mechanical door lock that is broken. Hence I cannot lock the car door (drivers side). I tried to stick a couple of staples (from hasp and staples) using superglue to the door and body work with the idea of putting a padlock through both. To my surprise the superglue would not stick. Has anyone any idea how I can secure the door while the lock is broken. Thanks
Posted by anon_private 2 years ago
I am asking about the project "protect your house with laser beams"and could not understand its circuit diagram so please show me the simplest circuit diagram
Asked by chirag9828 7 years ago
Please help me get some security on my own room! my little brothers keep going into my room; it would be great to hear some good ideas from you experts! Oh By the way please can somebody tell me how to put securtity camaras; locks ets please thanks you guys!
Asked by maurisilhy 7 years ago
After my daughter's home robbery only one member tried to help and now it is a bit too late..The co$tly $ecurity company got the in$tall $tarted and then (annoying) I could not even delete this comment...
Posted by iceng 5 months ago
Asked by Kero_1116 9 years ago
I need to build a laser security system. I already have an alarm that works by shorting two wires with a trigger switch there by activating the alarm. I want to activate this alarm with a laser trip wire. I don't want to get a whole security system I just want to get the laser emitter and the receiver. I can't find this part any where. If somebody could help me find this part I would apreciate it. Thanks.
Asked by nurdee1 6 years ago
Building this massive fence around my buddy's house and it's going to have an electric opener on the driveway gate, so it will already need a keypad for that, but there will also be a smaller gate that I'd like to put an electronic lock on and have a keypad for that too. I have seen sone keypad intercom systems that tie into your phone system and let you open the gates from the phone and even forward to your cell if you aren't home and let you talk to whoever is at your door. I was wondering if there are any security system installer or enthusiasts in the community that could point me in the direction of some resources, websites, or brands for security system components and accessories and whatever you need to tie them all together. We are in a pretty rural area so I am not really worried about the window sensors and that whole side of it, though it might be nice to have the option later. What I really want to do is to have cameras in addition to the keypads and intercoms on the driveway and walking gates. I also want the info to be really easy to access from anywhere in the house, I.e. intercom piped into the phone as I mentioned before, as well as the video on the computer over the network and hooked into the cable so it can be seen on any tv in he house. Bonus if I could view/hear/control the equipment with my smartphone or computer at work. Basically what I need is like the K-nex of security/home automation electronics.
Asked by siamonsez 7 years ago
Does anybody know how to open up an n64 without buying a special screw driver? I'm going to make an instructable on how to make a cheap, good, desktop power supply out of the n64 powersupply. If you look at it's specs it's pretty good for it's size! 3.3 volts at 2.2 amps and 12 volts at .8 amps. I'm going to but a boost circuit in and get 5 volts too (didn't want to use a 7805, if you're going to be using the 12 volts you want all the amps you want, plus what project uses 2.2 amps of 3.3 volts?). Plus I'm going to make it so that you can still use it as a power supply for the n64, and it won't be ugly.
Posted by guyfrom7up 10 years ago
After having my bike stolen I was brainstorming ideas on how to stop it from happening in the future. An idea I came up with is that, since I only leave my bike unlocked while going into a store, and I only go in with my friend(who also uses his bike), I would put an arduino board under each of our bikes. There would also be a third "receiver" board that one of us would put in our pockets. When the two bike boards are X feet away, the reciever as well as the boards would beep, flash, whatever. So, my question is, put simply, is this possible? Exactly as outlined? If not, how could I make it work and be similar, or at least as simple. If it is, could you point me in the basic direction of what I would need to do with the Arduino, or w/e you think would be best.
Asked by Soldier62994 8 years ago
I have 3 "iCamera 1000" camera units laying around. I do not have the rest of the security system they are designed to function with, but there has to be some way to make use of them and have some fun. I have lots of cat 6 cable and RJ45 connectors to custom make a cable if anyone has the expertise to figure out how to make use of these. Before posting here, I searched and searched here and on Google but only found information regarding the "normal" application of these cameras..... I was hoping for something more outside the box which is why I am here. I included a front/back picture. Thanks for any ideas!!
Posted by PigWhistle 3 years ago
I tried to log in just now and when I got to the landing page it showed that I wasn't logged in. I tried again, and failed again. On the third try, I discovered that I could log in successfully by turning off "keep me signed in". So, I came here to report it. After I clicked the Forums tab, I seemed to be logged out again. I clicked to log in and I was sent to the landing page again, already logged in. I came back here and again seemed to be logged out, but I ignored that. While I'm typing this I again appear to be logged in. On the post preview I also appear to be logged in. I suppose this could be a security issue: people could think they're logged out when they aren't.
Posted by PointyOintment 6 years ago