September 29, 2017

What to do if DVR says Hacked with Black Screen

There has been a widespread occurrence of DVR and NVR recorders being hacked remotely. A couple of weeks ago a backdoor vulnerability affecting up to 250,000 Hikvision devices was publicized and now we have been notified by another factory (the second largest security manufacturer in the world) that their recorders have a vulnerability that is […]
February 29, 2016

Upgrade your CCTV security system to HD quality without rewiring.

In recent years it has become possible to Upgrade your CCTV security system to HD quality without rewiring. To get extremely high resolution video with the use of network IP cameras and an NVR (network video recorder). If you already have a security camera system in your home or business, chances are it is an […]
November 24, 2015

Tips & Tricks – Get the most from your Security Camera System

ANALOG IS DEAD The days of analog residential and commercial video security systems are coming to an end. No more scratchy grainy and jumpy video like you’re used to seeing in most convenience store surveillance videos. Get The most from your Security Camera System. Today HD is the new standard for video security systems. In […]
November 3, 2015

How to set up your TechproDDNS Acct

How to set up your DVR for use with a TechProDDNS Domain One of the problems with viewing your DVR remotely is that if your Internet service Provider or (ISP) changes your IP address, you may no longer be able to access your DVR.  Once properly configured, the TechPro DDNS (Dynamic DNS) service eliminates this […]
September 21, 2015

Understanding IP Cameras and ONVIF Compatibility

When choosing to use IP network cameras for your residential or commercial security camera system there are a few things to take into account. This article will focus on clearing up some common questions regarding Network IP Cameras and NVRs (Network Video Recorders). In order to clarify some of the topics covered, I will often […]