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An app called Manything is helping police solve break-ins in both the UK and US by transforming disused phones into DIY CCTV cameras.One i Phone is needed to act as a CCTV camera (shown left) and another must be kept with a homeowner so they can see notifcations and live feeds of any intruders (right)Users place their i Phone so its camera is trained on an entrance, or an item they particularly want to protect.
They can also log onto the company's website to check for footage.It's accessible to the masses and can help you from becoming a crime statistic.'Once a thief walks into your house Manything will alert you to what's going on and send you a clip.It doesn't matter if they steal the device being used to record proceedings – the video has already been safely saved to the 'cloud' for you and the police to watch.' Diolch, merci...Tinder may be the hot new dating app for regular folks and beauty queens, but it's not without flaws.Cybersecurity company Symantec revealed in a blog post earlier this month that it had come across fake Tinder profiles, which spam people and direct them to an apparent porn site designed to take their money.The app is free for people using one camera, with 12 hours of cloud recording, but additional cameras and cloud recording costs money.
The maximum would be £14 a month for unlimited cameras and 30 days cloud recording.
Just before Christmas, a young woman in Arizona received a motion alert from Manything – and quickly spotted a stranger walking around in her house, who was later arrested.
He can be seen in this screenshot from the video, feeding a dog'But the encouraging news is that affordable technology such as Manything can help you protect two of the most important things in life – your family and your home.
The fake profiles show up alongside the other photos of strangers you see once you've signed into Tinder through Facebook via the i Phone app.
For those who haven't used it, on Tinder you fill out a simple profile and post a few photos of yourself.
You are then presented with strangers' profiles one by one and you can swipe the person's profile left to essentially "pass" on them and right to "like" them.