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  1. whoami ™

    Always-on VPN Android with DDNS

    The best OpenVPN client for Android is OpenVPN Client Pro. Its the only client I know of that can tunnel dual stack IPv4 & IPv6 not to mention all the setting options it has. The previous version was only for OpenVPN but it now supports other protocols as well like WireGuard. But its not free...
  2. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I'm guessing 13.01.00.98 isn't for this cam... or if it was at one point, it doesnt have the key the firmware needs that the SD-M5 is looking for. It will load but doesn't install. The IP_Test_Tool shows it loading to 100% but on reboot at the end of the install the firmware doesn't hold and it...
  3. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I envy you. Wish i had access to IDA pro... & knew how to use it. Actually, now that I somewhat know what their code is suppose to do and test it, nothing is wrong with their code. On Onvif restart cam gives 15fps=/+. Once motion is detected or NightMode is triggered it must kick off the code...
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    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    YooSee's website states Image sensor: SmartSens SC2235 SmartSens's Product list says Max Frame Rate 1920H x 1080V @50fps I ran strings on ncp.exe... Now I feel overwhelmed and hopeless.... [%s, %d]:something is moving, frame rate is normal [%s, %d]:nothing is moving, frame rate is down...
  5. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Attached is the dump of the firmware. I dont see anywhere in there the settings for 1080p frame rate. I see 720 and 640, but nothing to do with mainstream unless Im over looking something.
  6. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I got deeper into the firmware... Just in case anyone wants to follow along and extract the file system to see it all for themselves... I installed jefferson on Kali. Plus I needed "pip" apt install python-pip to install one of the dependencies. Jefferson allowed me to run the binwalk...
  7. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Attached is a pdf of security research report where they hacked one of these Gwelltimes cams. The firmware looks like the same format. May help come up with new idea.
  8. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I extracted the ELF new 32-bit LSB executable... than ran strings on the output but its not even worth posting. Looks like its just the executable to launch the updater (nothing to do with settings). But figured I'd post the dd cmd syntax, maybe it will help someone else get further than me...
  9. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I can confirm that 13.01.01.30 works with SD-M5... Now if its meant for it... might be another story. I downloaded it from YooSee and force updated it with the IPCTest Tool. But in the end it didn't do anything but give me 1fps more half of the time. Now it just bounces back and forth between 5...
  10. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Just FYI my cam is running this "NEW" version of firmware (13.1.1.34) and from the way everyone has described the conditions that make their cams revert to 5fps and the amount of time it stays there, its sounding like older firmware may give better results. I see on the YooSee website they have...
  11. whoami ™

    Wall-Mounted Viewing Station

    My original idea was to do a wall mount... But I came to the conclusion I've probably made too many modifications to my walls already... (Honeywell smart thermostat, Honeywell LCD alarm keypad, 6x network cable runs, mounted 6U server rack) and I didnt want to make a commitment like that when...
  12. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Unless anyone else is experiencing only 5fps I think there has to be something wrong with my cam... Anytime the IR or motion is triggered the FPS drops from >15 down to 5fps and stays there until I restart the cam. I've tried every setting imaginable, tried powering it over both the included...
  13. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Whats the default RSTP passwd? Without setting one up in the app?
  14. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I can't get the SD-M5 to stay at 15fps in Blue Iris. Ive tried too many things to list. It seems as soon as motion is detected, even though motion detection has been disabled using the app, it drops from >15fps to 5fps. Only way to get it back to 15fps is to restart cam. Anyone else run into this?
  15. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    here is the configuration info I pulled from the SD-M5 using the Yoosee_IPC_TEST_TOOL_DEBUG_UTILITY v.V01.00.00.59 So it sounds like some how there has to be a way into the Linux OS its running & there has to be a way to change these values.. SoundPromptOpt = 1 MicInVolume = 62...
  16. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Just realized with Blue Iris you have to set this cam at 30 fps to actually get 15fps. Other wise it ends up dropping down to 5 fps after a hour or so.
  17. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    It's not looking like this cam has a open telnet port... I'm a little disappointed... :( Nmap scan report for 192.168.0.107 Host is up, received arp-response (0.0023s latency). Scanned at 2019-11-09 22:34:14 EST for 154s Not shown: 998 closed ports Reason: 998 resets PORT STATE SERVICE...
  18. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I ended up buying a USB power outlet and two metal single gang boxes to mount and power the wireless chime & relay. All I did for a case was use a dremel to make a hole in back of the existing chime case for the wires to come out of and electric taped the relay to it. I don't trust it 100%...
  19. whoami ™

    Moving NVR Ports to Front

    Some cable management pics...
  20. whoami ™

    Moving NVR Ports to Front

    I was under the impression it was mandatory to have a patch panel with a rack.;) Just make sure to give yourself at least 10ft of extra slack on the network cables. Especially if the rack is mounted high on the wall. Also make sure to label all your cable (I used a label maker) and get some...
  21. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I have successfully hacked the SD-M5 into working with my mechanical chime. I found a connection on the USB chime that received power when the chime was triggered. I originally thought it wasn't getting a consistent 4.98v (5v DC) but it turns out that the signal is so fast my multi-meter was...
  22. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    So here's what I've come up with so far to try and get the Doorbell to work with a 120v mechanical door chime. I've found that the 4 pin button on the doorbell pcb is a always open circuit and I'm about 99% sure when closed it allows 2.2v DC to flow through the top 2 pins to the bottom 2 pins...
  23. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    /onvif1 is path for 1080p. /onvif2 is path for 640.
  24. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Here are some pics of the inside of the chime. According to some research I've done the four pins circled in red should be the output from the RF receiver. The one all the way to the right should be the one that sends the signal to the pcb when the receiver is triggered. But.... Either I'm doing...
  25. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Going to need some help on this. Hacking with wire and solder isn't my area of expertise... The button for the doorbell has 4 pins where it connects to the pcb... The top two (which are the bottom two in pic below cuz I'm holding it upside down) have about 2.22 - 2.25 volts +/- going to them...
  26. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    I also got this doorbell cam streaming on my Honeywell Tuxedo WiFi keypad. the path to get it streaming on this is just onvif2 not /onvif2 (no path separator) onvif2 path is for the low res stream.
  27. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Here's some WireShark capture of the handshake DESCRIBE rtsp:/192.168.0.30/onvif1 RTSP/1.0 CSeq: 1 Accept: application/sdp User-Agent: BlueIris RTSP/1.0 401 Unauthorized CSeq: 1 WWW-Authenticate: Digest realm="HIipCamera",nonce="b38a251b067d30b123af0280ee1de843" DESCRIBE...
  28. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Mine DOES NOT have any thing rattling inside.
  29. whoami ™

    YooSee SD-M5 doorbell: 1080p, PoE, RTSP, Onvif, only $66

    Know you arent asking me, but I bought the Ubiquity converter too. The reason is because the YooSee POE injector plugs into a 120v wall power outlet then pushes the power down the Ethernet cable. Ubiquity converter takes the power from POE switch and steps it down so no need for a 120v wall...
  30. whoami ™

    VPN camera via local ip

    I might not be understanding you correctly so don't jump on me. But I think your issue might be because your trying to connect to your server over LAN, but really you need to be connecting over local loop back since the VPN server is running on the same server your trying to connect to.
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