Some doorbell cameras sold by Amazon and other online retailers have security flaws that could allow bad actors to view footage from the devices or control them completely, according to an investigation published Thursday by Consumer Reports. Researchers from the product-review organization said they found major vulnerabilities in cameras manufactured by the Chinese company Eken Group Ltd., which produces video doorbells under the brand names EKEN and Tuck, among others. The devices have been sold online by Walmart, Shein, Sears and Temu, which said it removed Eken-made doorbells from its platform after Consumer Reports reached out to the company.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., February 29, 2024--Just in time for National Read Across America Day on March 2, Books-A-Million is turning a page by rolling out same-day delivery to customers nationwide with Walmart GoLocal. Customers who place online orders between February 29th to March 9th will receive a $5 off $25 coupon and a free reusable tote.
Eye ointments sold at CVS and Walmart may not actually be sterile, a recall posted by the US Food and Drug Administration warned.