Hit with a Speeding Fine Lately? Don't Cop It - the Age

Any driver hit with a fine by Victoria's virus-addled speed cameras this month should strongly consider challenging it in court, traffic law experts say.

The potential legal challenge has been foreshadowed at the same time as Fairfax can reveal camera-operator Redflex's own staff held serious concerns about outdated and unmaintained software well before this month's attack.

Computer security experts have also raised serious doubts about whether the virus blamed, WannaCry, was actually responsible for the attack, raising questions about Redflex's response to the crisis.

The state's entire speed camera system is suspended after Redflex said they had detected the WannaCry virus, a dangerous piece of ransomware already wreaking havoc across the globe, on the cameras' systems.

On Friday police said the virus was confined to 55 cameras, upped that number to 97 on Saturday, and then finally had to suspend all 280 cameras after the government announced it feared the virus had infected the whole network.

Almost 10,000 fines have been withdrawn or suspended in case they are incorrect.

A review is under way by Road Safety Camera Commissioner John Voyage, who will decide if fines issued between June 6 and 22, when the virus was on the cameras, will stand.

Even if Mr Voyage rules they will, traffic lawyer Michael Kuzilny said drivers should seriously consider challenging a fine in court.

"My view is Victoria Police are trying to play this whole thing down, and it's a lot more serious than anticipated," he said.

"At this stage we know about 100 cameras in the system have been corrupted. How do we know the entire system has not been corrupted? This is a very powerful and dangerous virus." Sylvie Maranis, a partner with GTC Lawyers, said fined drivers should definitely speak to a lawyer.

"I expect we'll see a few court cases run soon," she said.

A former Redflex staff member told Fairfax the software running the state's speed-camera network was ancient and rarely updated.

In one case, an important security patch took more than a year to get government approval to be rolled out.

"The government takes forever to approve an update - so it's not the company's fault. Anything, performance patches, system patches, it takes forever." The virus was spread by a USB stick used by an independent contractor who was supposed to be testing the cameras.

The former staff member said independent contractors regularly damaged speed cameras when they tested them.

"When they broke, we were happy as a company, because it meant it was outside the contract - because we could charge the Department of Justice when they broke things." The suggestion the virus spread via USB means it is highly unlikely to be WannaCry, according to several security researchers.

Fairfax understands government investigators are strongly leaning toward another virus being responsible.

WannaCry is designed to exploit a vulnerability in older versions of Windows. There are no recorded instances of it spreading by USB, several security researchers told Fairfax.

"The more information that comes out the less it looks like WannaCry is involved," University of Melbourne cybersecurity expert Dr Chris Culnane said.

Whatever the virus ends up being, the experts questioned how the government could maintain it has confidence the camera network was working normally.

"The idea that these machines run Windows XP is shocking but not overly surprising - it's a sign of widespread poor information security culture," said the University of Melbourne's Toby Murray.

"I can't see how Redflex or the government could claim to have full confidence that these cameras are operating as intended." Redflex declined to comment. The state government has been contacted for comment.

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Filming of Women's Gynecological Surgeries Draws Hospital's Apology; Lawsuits Pending
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Setting Up a Wireless Security Camera System
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Light Up the Night & Improve Video Quality
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Ford's New Pickup Is Ready for the Call of Duty
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Top 10 Best Long Range Wireless Security Camera System of 2021
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None Security is not up to the standard Involuntarily by wireless without complicated settings, no video cables are needed, installation flexibility and ease. One of the best long range wireless security camera system offers distinct high definition video, ensures security recording and enhanced night vision capability. It supports continuous day and night surveillance. No signal interference. None Cameras are pre-configured to connect with the NVR None False motion detections that initiate recordings with no movement None Good for indoor use, if outdoors and using motion detection to minimize useless recording, lot of separating to be done through a useless video A free 30-day cloud recording trial is included with your purchase. Advanced Night Vision, provides a clear view in complete darkness, never to be missed. Long Range HD Wi-Fi Camera by Amped Wireless, first of its kind, built with High Power Wi-Fi technology to provide up to 3X the Wi-Fi range of other cameras. The reach is achieved with high power amplifiers and a high gain antenna that enables the camera to be installed almost anywhere in a home or office. None is good for daily use. None No detection when leaving/arriving in/from your property to auto turn off the motion detection Remote monitor your home/business/front door/back Yard in clear 1080P full HD video and get motion alerts, alarm recordings with iPhone, Android smartphone apps anytime anywhere. Long-range motion sensor, Motion Zone elect, threshold, sensitivity and alarm Interval feature maximizes your alarm coverage up to 300 ft. More than a self-contained security camera, free-on-board and cloud offsite storage, and universal security camera remote control. FEATURES None 3 Megapixel with 6mm focal length lens: Horizontal: 60, Vertical: 40, gives you a narrower view angle to maximize longer None Super low light performance: Large 2.8-inch SONY CMOS sensor allows maximum light through the lens None Free apps for iOS and Android and free instant in-app alerts of motion events None The Free software for Windows and Mac viewing and full access to camera settings interface from IE, Safari, Chrome, Firefox or Edge for full flexibility and control None Night vision is STRONG, but low spread. It can see effectively out to almost 100 feet, but there is not much spread to the night vision None TRUE high definition - and it is remarkable in quality! None Included "Camera Live" software needs to be installed for true configuration, otherwise, the camera's firmware overrides SOME settings Remotely access security camera feed, motion events, includes free local recording, optional Foscam Cloud remote storage is also available. Easy to Use with Smart Technology The FI9900P combines a high-quality HD digital video camera with a powerful built-in web server to provide live video anywhere; IP camera comes equipped with 30 high-powered IR LEDs for night vision up to 65ft and sophisticated motion detection with optional alerts. best long range wireless security camera system is very easy to install None The feature set is very rich and flexible and works well with Blue Iris None Build quality is really for outdoor use None Works fine with Ethernet cable plugged in. Even 10 feet from the router, no signal Works with Alexa for voice control, night vision cameras work even in the dark, motion-activated cameras and real-time email or app notifications FIRST 100% wire-free, HD, Indoor/Outdoor video cameras for home monitoring, motion-activated cameras initiate automatic recording and alert via email or app notifications, free apps enable remote monitoring and with the built-in night vision. None Product Dimensions of this best long range wireless security camera system is 9.4 x 11.7 x 5.1 inches None Good product for a police officer as it has access to HD video showing the suspect taking items from the victim. Able to e-mail the video in 10-second clips in mp4 format as evidence. 8 Channel Wireless Camera System, expandable, weatherproof and enhanced night vision, remote monitoring and playback, the reliable technical sort with no monthly fees None Recorded playback is easy to use None Picture quality is good in day and night None The cameras have a good image, easy to set up, truly plug & play, but cannot be viewed by a mobile device. Whether it is rain or shine, day or night, this outdoor bullet best long range wireless security camera system features heavy-duty, weatherproof IP67 housing. With an intuitive interface, live-stream of footage is possible, Quick and easy setup, wide 128 FOV, remote web access from smartphone or tablet, intelligent digital zoom, night vision up to 98ft, smart motion alerts, and updated firmware None Picture quality is great even at night None Beware of the very wide field of view, although useful for security, introduces noticeable spherical aberration. None Some defects are found in some versions of the camera. B&W arch over the image What is the best long-range wireless camera for identification day and night? Distance outdoor best long range wireless security camera system record clear videos hundreds of feet away from their mounting point. To monitor a barn, a farm, a deep driveway, front and back yards, a large parking lot and recognize faces and license plates, long-range wireless camera for both day and night are needed. The best long-distance surveillance camera should be capable of a varifocal zoom lens, rather than a fixed lens. To help get a reliable long-range wireless camera outdoor, at least four aspects to be taken care: HD, excellent night vision, optical zoom lens, and long-range wireless. Many users prefer wireless outdoor security IP cameras rather than wired ones. Long-range wireless cameras also meant lengthy Wi-Fi range.1. Daisy chaining PoE switches for IP security camera systemAs long as each switch has its own independent power source for the cameras plugged into it, this should work as long as your NVR can handle that much incoming video. The links between switches should be for data only.While you are running the wire, you might as well run CAT5e so you can easily upgrade to gigabit PoE switches and higher-res cameras in the future if desired. It would not be a bad idea to use gigabit switches from the start2. Where can i download firmware for my dvr camera system?The manufacturers website3. Can you recommend a great home security camera system?type "home security camera" in google search
Las Vegas Police Release Video Footage Recorded Inside ...
The officers sweep the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on their way up to the gunman's suite on the 32nd floor, telling patrons to leave and head south away from the shooting.They arrive at the room and blow open double doors into it from the hall, only to find the suspect dead in a pool of blood in the darkened room - the blinds are all closed tightly - from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound. Guns are strewn around the room. They take note of the wires that web throughout the room, but relax when they see that they're linked to an elaborate camera system: they see one perched on a service cart outside the room, and another attached over the peephole."He has an intricate camera system set up," one of the first officers to arrive in the suite observes, "so he knew when officers were coming down the hallway." The footage, seen publicly for the first time on Wednesday, was recorded on two body cameras worn by police officers who stormed the hotel suite of gunman Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 people and injured hundreds in the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.Its release is part of a cache of evidence to be made public after a judge sided with media organizations in a legal debate with the police. Police had sought to delay releasing the video footage and records, saying they were part of an ongoing investigation. Media organizations - including The Washington Post - argued in court that the department should have to make public recordings, 911 calls, affidavits and interview reports, among other things.Paddock opened fire on a country music festival from his suite at the resort hotel in October, pumping bullets into a massive crowd that had gathered on the Las Vegas Strip. And when it was over, police say, Paddock turned one of his guns on himself.The cameras capture the human moments of officers responding to what in a previous era might have been unthinkable: the massacre of concertgoers in a major American city inflicted by a lone man with no clear agenda, political or otherwise."How many did he put down, downstairs?" one officer, in a helmet and tactical gear, says to another during a lull after wiping his eye."A lot," the officer wearing the body camera responds.Though police have released a preliminary report on the massacre, Paddock's motivation for the attack he planned meticulously remains an unsettling unknown. The Las Vegas police's preliminary report said that they still did not know why the gunman carried out the attack, although they ruled out any political or ideological radicalization. He acted alone, investigators said, and left behind no suicide note, manifesto or other explanation.After some mass shootings, attackers make clear their reasoning, either in confessions to police or videotaped rants left behind. In other cases, answers remain elusive, leaving victims and their loved ones to struggle with explaining the horror unleashed upon them.He has an intricate camera system set up, so he knew when officers were coming down the hallway Authorities said the Las Vegas gunman had prepared carefully for the attack as well as the sprawling inquiry that would ensue, saying in court filings that he worked "to thwart the eventual law enforcement investigation." A search of the gunman's computers found an Internet search history that included queries for information about outdoor concert venues, SWAT tactics, weapons and the locations of various gun stores. Officials also said they found "numerous" images of child pornography on the gunman's computers.Surveillance camera footage, released earlier this year showed Paddock bringing the more than 20 guns and a large amount of ammunition into the 32nd floor room in more than a dozen suitcases.Joseph Lombardo, the Las Vegas sheriff, has been critical of the fact that police have to release the body camera footage and other evidence. He said it would be onerous and difficult for the police department to handle the releases and described the footage as harmful to people who were injured in the massacre or lost loved ones."We believe the release of the graphic footage will further traumatize a wounded community. For that, we apologize," Lombardo told reporters during a news briefing Tuesday, during which he did not take questions. "Further victimization is certain to occur and is something we wanted to avoid." After a district court judge in Clark County sided with the media outlets and said the records should be released, the Las Vegas police appealed to the Nevada Supreme Court. Last week, the court rejected that appeal.Lombardo said detectives would have to be reassigned from their main duties to handle the release of the records, adding: "Many of our employees will have to endure reliving the incident." The other materials will be made public "on a rolling basis," Lombardo said. He also said a final report on the police investigation would be published at an unspecified later date and "give context to the different documents that we have been ordered to release." Further victimization is certain to occur and is something we wanted to avoid Days after the attack, police published harrowing recordings captured by officers' body cameras that showed the horror unfolding outside as the gunfire began.Officers are seen scrambling to figure out where the shots were coming from. At one point, an officer is heard saying: "They're shooting right at us, guys. Stay down! Stay down!" Images were also leaked that week offering glimpses both inside and outside the gunman's suite, a disclosure that Lombardo called troubling. When his department released its preliminary findings on the shooting earlier this year, that report included several photographs taken inside the suite. Among them were pictures of the guns stockpiled in the room and a chilling view that the gunman would have had of the concert venue while he fired.Before Wednesday, the Las Vegas police had released some body-camera footage from the night of the shooting as well as photographs taken in the gunman's suite.
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