Application Interfaces - SecuritySpy

Description: This widget lets you view cameras connected to a copy of SecuritySpy running on your local network or over the internet.

Simply enter the address of your SecuritySpy server and the rate at which you want to update the image, and live video from your chosen camera will be displayed every time you go to the dashboard. If you want to view more than one camera at once, just drag another instance of the widget from the widget bar.

This widget is designed to work with the SecuritySpy application, which you can read about here:
Author: milobird
Version: 1.0
Uploaded on: July 8th 2005 at 4:04 AM
Rating: (3.67 stars)   [Show Detailed Ratings]
Downloads: 1277
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The address for the SecuritySpy website was omitted above. Here it is:

Posted by: milobird (developer) on Jun 02, 05 (7:16 PM) for version 1.0 (current version)  

all my settings look right but all I can get out of it is a question mark.

Posted by: wapittma on Jun 07, 05 (5:09 AM) for version 1.0 (current version)   View Detailed Rating

Check first that you are able to access your server from Safari, and if you have a password allow Safari to save it to the keychain.

You should then simply be able to enter the main address of your server in the back of the widget, including the port number. For example, if your server's IP address is "" and SecuritySpy is running on the default port, 8000, you need to enter "", just as you would in Safari.

Finally, check that you are trying to access a valid camera number. You can find out the number of each of your cameras by selecting "Device map" from SecuritySpy's Windows menu.

Posted by: milobird (developer) on Jun 08, 05 (9:10 PM) for version 1.0 (current version)  

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