The device is equipped with a high-quality CIF (CIFS and NTFS packet logging and verifying functions), which is a requirement for broad-based file system penetration test (IDS). The camera captures packets when it is recording video or motion detection. The system log files (captured packets) are displayed in real-time on the software page. The log files can be referenced through the special ISO route, which means that this can be used for a network packet analysis. Because the video frame is captured, information can be retrieved from the frame to view and confirm that you have gained access to the camera through social engineering methods.
The device is fully IP camera-ready. Plug it into a spare network port and connect it to your router. In the configuration instructions, you will be guided to set the device's IP address, port, and password. Up to three Caplio Express cards of 4GB or 8GB each can be used. The core of the device is a real-time streaming server. When the camera detects motion interruptions, it sends out a signal to the streaming server, which then commands the device to start recording. d2c66b5586