In my list of authorized devices streaming BluCurve TV there is a device entitled IpCoam device - c9bae . Last week I noticed I had about 9 of these and engaged in a chat with a Shaw Rep who asked if I had home security cameras. I do not. I was advised to delete them all. Now, a week later I have another appear. I'm beginning to think someone or something has access a TV device in my home and is trying to access it's camera. Anyone else see this?
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Yes I noticed this too. I deleted the devices and will monitor. It would be nice to know what they are.
I have three TV's connected to BlueCurve devices. The main one and two others.....are THOSE two the Pace boxes? Also, I have streamed on my iPad through the bluecurve app.....would this be causing the iPcoam files to populate?
The other boxes are likely the Pace boxes and I think they are related to the IpCoam. Your iPad will also show but will display it’s friendly name, the My Shaw app will show all the devices.
I have them too. I deleted them. I also found some weird foreign names on my list which I deleted. I am the only one in my family who manages and access the My Shaw so it wasn't any of my family members adding these "devices". I am a former Shaw employee and I find it very troubling that these "devices" are popping up on my "TV" section. I really hope it's not employees taking advantage of customer's accounts. Shaw, do something about this.