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But you don’t need to record your every movement within your home to be safe.

Here are five ways to use web security cameras around your property to keep your home and family members safe and sound: 1. Whether it’s a crook or your kid’s friends, if they’re coming in the house, they’re most likely entering through the front door.

The 9 Simplicam makes for a good greeter because it has facial recognition features that will send an alert to the camera owner’s smartphone if a stranger enters the house.

Part of a monthly or annual subscription feature, the facial recognition service also lets you save video clips in the cloud (which is key in case someone makes off with your camera). Blind spots, dark corners, and out-of-sight areas — every old house has them, and some new houses do too.

And you can set the camera to stop recording when it recognizes specific faces, like yours, because there’s no need for this setting to be active when your watchful eyes are already in the room. Putting a webcam in those troublesome places will give you the ability to look in those creepy crannies without actually having to go there.

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