I purchased a wifi camera from Wish and was directed to this app to download. Upon attempts to get it setup, I experienced multiple security issues before and after connection. #1. You cannot change default security settings on the camera. All you get is a "no network connection" error although I am clearly connected. This alone created a red flag because if you cannot do that then pretty much anyone can access your camera and use it for various malicious engagements (including from the makers of the cameras). So after attempting multiple times and various troubleshooting techniques eventually I was blocked from my own secure network. My password on my home router was changed and the attacker was attempting to do a distributed denial of service or just the denial of service when my network. I am mediately disconnected the network and try to reconnect shortly after but I was not able to remotely log into my browser from the network I kept getting kicked off. So finally I unplugged the router reset everything back to the default settings, connected via ethernet (before I Wi-Fi connection could be established) I immediately had to change my network name and password.
So here I am now I am able to login to my router. After reviewing all of my firewall logs, system logs, event logs there was tons of intrusions detected. I am suggestion that Apple remove this application and any other application from the developer. I also recommend that no one purchases any security cameras that are connected to this developer. Yes, I am an IT security so when I recognized a lot of these things I know exactly what to do. However, there are some people that is not versed in security related issues. This could have easily been set up and used by unsuspecting person. So much more damage could have been done. The attackers could have used the walkie-talkie enable camera to listen and to spy on your entire household inviting all of your privacy. They couldve also used it as a way to access your network and compromise other devices. They could have also used it as a launchpad for distributed denial of service and many other things.