Just ring Add end-to-end encryption.n (E2EE) to the selected number of cameras, smart home, protection Videos captured by your Ring device with an extra layer of security. This has not made us Absolutely excited about the Ring device. Give all Issues that Platform have Have experienceBut it̵7;s a feature It’s worth knowing if you are already Use file Door bell Or camera.
Audio transmitted videos are encrypted while they’re uploaded to Ring’s cloud servers, but the new feature keeps them safe. With an additional 128-bit AES encryption layer that can only be decrypted and viewed on mobile devices registered in Ring’s E2EE program (You can read more about Ring’s E2EE policy in The latest published white paper about this feature..)
E2EE can stop outsiders from wiretapping and watching video while it’s recording or sending to your device even Ring can’t decode.However, Ring’s E2EE also disables some features at the end of the user, including motion monitoring and the ability to watch Ring camera live feeds on Amazon Echo Show or Fire TV devices. Your will be safer But you will lose the real-time viewing and potential cloud monitoring features. Just as important as adding an E2EE special encryption layer.
If you are cool with It’s easy to trade with Ring’s new E2EE as long as you have the right hardware. It was only available on a handful of devices at launch:
- Video Doorbell Pro
- Video Doorbell Elite
- Floodlight Camera
- Indoor camera
- Wired Spotlight Cam
- Spotlight Cam Mount
- Stick Up Cam Plug
- Stick Up Cam Elite
Additional support may be added in the future. But for now, you will need them to use E2EE. You will also need to open the latest version of the Ring app. Any android or IOS devices You want to register If you meet those requirements, you can open E2EE in the Ring app:
- Open the Ring app.
- Go to Control Center> Video Encoding> Advanced settings
- select “End-to-end video encoding”
- Tap the slider to turn on the feature, then tap. “begin.”
- Follow the instructions in the app to register your mobile account and Ring camera in End-To-End Encryption.
- You can deactivate E2EE at any time by turning it off. “End-to-End Video Encoding” Slider
You will be asked to create a password during setup, don’t lose it! It cannot be recovered and any encrypted video you have will be lost. You will need to start over with another mobile device to use E2EE again.