I suggest that the OWLR app...

Connect using HTTPS

I do not see it clearly anywhere, but the feature to use HTTPS instead of HTTP would be great.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        +1 for this, and more pointedly an indication of current status of connection etc.

      • giouri commented  · 

        Ios sas parakalo

      • justin commented  · 

        as an android user... ssl still doesn't work

      • Johnny O commented  · 

        Cannot access my camera outside home wifi network. Any suggestions? Really pointless if I can't receive alerts and view live feed. Otherwise it's going bye bye.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        iOS would like some love too please

      • Nicola commented  · 

        what about iOS ?

      • Sven commented  · 

        If you're looking for features to bring in revenue, this seems like the top choice. I've seen a lot of other camera applications on android that have a "pro" version, which is paid, that adds ssl/tls support. I'd buy it - as long as it's reasonable ;)

        This is the only feature missing from the application that I need to feel comfortable adding port forwarding and remote access.

      • TheAlteredState commented  · 

        This should really be the #1 priority in this day and age. Owlr is by far the best app, but I just can't use it without SSL. I'm really surprised this is taking so long.

        Will have to switch to alternatives until this feature is implimented.

      • Matt W commented  · 

        To echo below comments - this is mandatory and should be #1 priority. Will not be using this product until it can be considered secure.

      • Tom commented  · 

        what's the status of this?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        adding SSL is mandantory. you can't connect via some public wlan to your home without SSL. you really don't won't others to view into your rooms ...

      • Frank commented  · 

        Agreed with the previous posts that SSL is definitely needed for cam access.

      • Gold Star commented  · 

        ETA please? That will decide whether I should go ahead with some other Foscam viewer app or wait until this feature is released. I only installed but have not used your app because of the lack of this feature. The app looks polished and I would love to start using it, but there is not way I will let my credentials travel unencrypted over the internet.

      • Brad commented  · 

        +1 for adding HTTPS. I won't use this app remotely until it supports it.

      • justin commented  · 

        For those of you who crave security when viewing... A VPN will do the trick. I purchased a VPN capable router and enable VPN on my iPhone when viewing remotely. It's a bit more complicated but I know some routers like Netgear Nighthawk R7000 provide a really simple VPN platform. Just a thought.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I second the need for HTTPS - I am not comfortable having admin credentials to my cameras transversing over the internet in the clear.

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