Transcript for Ring device in family’s bedroom hacked by stranger
New questions tonight about some home security systems after a woman claims her surveillance camera was hacked. Here's Steve osunsami. Reporter: A couple in suburban Atlanta tonight says the only reason they bought one of these ring security cameras three weeks ago was to keep an eye on the dog. Wake up! Reporter: But on Monday night, while the girlfriend was sleeping in bed, she heard a strange voice coming from the bedroom camera. I can see you in the bed. Come on, wake the Up. Reporter: What you're hearing is the voice of someone who had hacked into their device and may have used a stolen password. A digital prowler she recorded with her cell phone. I see the blue light come on, and so I'm texting my boyfriend saying, you know, why are you watching? He's like, what you are talking Reporter: The couple doesn't want to be identified and spoke with our partner wsb-tv in Atlanta. Ring should have the safety precautions already set in place where you never have to worry about it. Reporter: Police here are investigating. And in a statement, ring says this is "Though way connected to a breach of compromise" of their security and encouraging customers to change their passwords regularly. David? All right, Steve, thank you.
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