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(KTLA Los Angeles)   'Snake burglar' slithers back into another LA business. Snake whisperer, turd burglar remain at large, plan to form creepy voltron   (ktla.com) divider line
    More: Creepy, Forrest Gump, thief's motions, Cesar Meyer of Crown Gold Exchange, ADT alarm, ADT motion detectors, snake burglar, motion sensors, Riverside businesses' alarm systems  
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1013 clicks; posted to Main » on 26 Jan 2022 at 10:35 AM (21 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-01-26 10:00:50 AM  
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ADT exploit? What a great advertising campaign by their competitors.
 
2022-01-26 10:55:14 AM  
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I'm going to guess this is someone familiar with ADT security systems, and knows that the anti-false alarm logarithms don't trigger on things that are only a certain height from the floor.

It's supposed to stop false alarms from things like rats, cats, and the like, but it clearly can't recognize something human-sized lying on the ground.

I'd be looking for someone who used to be employed by ADT as an installer or programmer.
 
2022-01-26 10:57:21 AM  
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Terminal Accessory: I'm going to guess this is someone familiar with ADT security systems, and knows that the anti-false alarm logarithms don't trigger on things that are only a certain height from the floor.

It's supposed to stop false alarms from things like rats, cats, and the like, but it clearly can't recognize something human-sized lying on the ground.

I'd be looking for someone who used to be employed by ADT as an installer or programmer.


Or has read your post.
 
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