Given the lack of a good API for Wyze there are probably not many users here that have Wyze devices.
For those who do or those who are tempted by their very cheap price it’s worth noting their response when a very severe authentication bypass vulnerability was discovered. The tl;dr is it took them three years to fix it for some of their cameras (the original Wyze Cam will not be fixed, these should be considered abandoned). And even now they’ve never really disclosed to their users directly the nature and severity of the vulnerability.
For a company that sells home security services, this is really disappointing.
- I’m done with Wyze - The Verge
- Wyze was aware of a major camera security flaw for three years | Engadget
If you have any Wyze devices, especially a Wyze Cam V1, do not expose them to the internet. Consider replacing your Wyze Cam V1s.