That’s a fine workaround until Wyze decides to act. The OP was very polite. I’ll be more direct: the implementation choice to use the same credentials for both this community and the app, when clearly access to one should not imply access to the other, reveals something about awareness of security risks or level of commitment to protecting customers’ personal data. At worst this is a PR disaster waiting to happen. At best this is a missed opportunity to build customer trust. So far, Wyze has avoided the bad press that other camera and home assistant makers have invited on themselves. And if I had a financial stake in the health of Wyze, I’d be motivated to keep it that way. Yes, I’m a
seccurity professional, and thanks for reading.