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"Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by atom0s » Sun Nov 15, 2015 10:42 am

oddllama wrote:If anyone is interested, I can provide you with the telnet enabled firmware that I pulled from my camera. you can easily modify the config files to prevent calling home and set it up as a regular IP cam. :) There are a lot of tweaks that can be made. Unfortunately it's too big to upload to the boards here.

I have not tested it on my updated cam yet, some files will probably have to be tweaked to be accepted.
How big is the file? I can adjust the forums if its not too overkill. Or I can host it here if you want to upload somewhere.
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by oddllama » Sun Nov 15, 2015 12:12 pm

Tested it out on my camera that is running the 19 firmware. it took it without fuss but but I only had http access on 8080. Had to update back toy 19. I'll play with it some later.
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by devoidz » Wed Nov 18, 2015 7:05 am

I am trying to find a way to view these cams without using the app, which is horrible.
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Post by atom0s » Wed Nov 18, 2015 3:38 pm

devoidz wrote:I am trying to find a way to view these cams without using the app, which is horrible.
My first post covers that if your camera is using the same fireware as mine was.
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by sluggervillan » Sun Jan 17, 2016 1:08 pm

I'd be interested in how to utilize telnet to stop these cam's from using 756 Kbps of upload b/w per camera... their killing my home network. and I only have 5.
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by sluggervillan » Sun Jan 17, 2016 5:52 pm

I was able to keep this unit from calling out by blocking it within the firewall settings which I was able to derive from my Meraki's Traffic Analytics for the specific SSID they are connected to. And this does not block you from viewing then via RTSP within your network. :-)

Block All Traffic ... 1) upload1.hubble.in 2) cs.hubble.in 3) ota.hubble.in 4) Port 1935

upload1.hubble.in runs on port 80
cs.hubble.in runs on port 443
ota.hubble.in also runs on port 443

Once I blocked all this... I RDC to a netword PC and utilize rtsp://000.000.000.000:6667/blinkhd (000.000.000.000 = Camera's Network IP)

This is an immediate workaround for those who dont want their feed going to Big Brother or who know. An added benefit to this is that these cameras will no longer eat your upload bandwidth... prior to doing this... each one was utilizing 756 Kbps of my upload b/w.

Idea... ??? Only if "webcamXP" was compatible with this form of RTSP Network Stream... then I could have recording enabled too. So also be aware - if you block these cams from accessing Hubble... you will not have security recordings which is a downside. But heck... we can keep pecking away at it.
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by atom0s » Sun Jan 17, 2016 8:05 pm

Mine do not stream out anything unless they are being watched. No extra configurations were needed for that either. Perhaps your cameras are a different model or firmware that have an always-on feature?

Another idea would be, try turning off the notification stuff if you don't need it.

Mine do nothing unless I connect to them though, otherwise they just sit there in an "off" state.
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by surfrock66 » Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:05 am

Hey! I might be the guy referenced in the first post, here's my work on the Blink1 camera: http://www.surfrock66.com/improving-the ... torcamera/

I have a question about the focus. I just got one...does anyone know the URL formation for the firmware updates of these cameras? I see people have the firmware, but I assume someone has the URL somewhere for them.

Thanks!
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Post by atom0s » Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:16 am

For mine, I installed the Hubble app from the Google Play Store and attached the cameras to it. From there you can find the current firmware version and install updates through the app. (The app will find updates automatically for you.)
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Re: "Hacking" The Motorola FOCUS66 Camera

Post by surfrock66 » Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:48 am

I'm hoping to download the firmware files directly (similar to what they did here: http://www.contextis.com/resources/blog ... ip-camera/ ) so I'm hoping for the URL...when I get home tonight, I may just do some advanced DNS sniffing.
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