Dashticz - General Discussions

Dashticz, alternative dashboard based on HTML, CSS, jQuery

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Re: Dashticz - General Discussions

Post by Derik » Wednesday 11 October 2017 22:12

Mwhhb. ?
What do you mean??
A backdoor??
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Post by woody4165 » Wednesday 11 October 2017 22:31

toreandre wrote:
Wednesday 11 October 2017 22:09
Are you actually collecting google analyticz data from everyones dashticz?
...
In which file(s)? :o

PS: it's in the index.html file
Have you tried to remove it?

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Post by toreandre » Thursday 12 October 2017 9:24

Derik wrote:
Wednesday 11 October 2017 22:12
Mwhhb. ?
What do you mean??
A backdoor??
No, not a backdoor. Google analyticz collects visitordata from websites. What IP adress they use, device, time/date, time spent on each page, what webpage they came from. Its used on almost every website in the world BUT when it comes to someones smarthome controller i think this is a very very bad thing to include as the creator of dashticz probably will be able to collect a lot of data from this.

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Post by toreandre » Thursday 12 October 2017 9:28

woody4165 wrote:
Wednesday 11 October 2017 22:31
toreandre wrote:
Wednesday 11 October 2017 22:09
Are you actually collecting google analyticz data from everyones dashticz?
...
In which file(s)? :o

PS: it's in the index.html file
Have you tried to remove it?
Yes, in the index file.
It should be no problem to remove it, or even change it with your own. Its not a "dangerous" thing but it is very strange to include it without letting the user know that its there and what data is being collected and what its used for.

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Post by levynger » Thursday 12 October 2017 9:50

guys, seriously !
GA is not a bad thing, it may help improving this development.
almost every website is using it, probably this forum as well.. there is no personal information being reported here whatsoever.
as far as i can see, it may also tell how much live installation on this development it being used.
if it helps - i agree.. and so do everyone here should agree for this.

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Post by htilburgs » Thursday 12 October 2017 11:42

levynger wrote:
Thursday 12 October 2017 9:50
guys, seriously !
GA is not a bad thing, it may help improving this development.
almost every website is using it, probably this forum as well.. there is no personal information being reported here whatsoever.
as far as i can see, it may also tell how much live installation on this development it being used.
if it helps - i agree.. and so do everyone here should agree for this.
I second this. No problem with Google Analytics, I use it myself on my websites / installations.
And indeed there is no personal informatie being reported.
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Post by Trigun » Thursday 12 October 2017 13:10

Maybe a dumb question but how does this work as dashticz is used within your local network? Besides the fact that is does not share personal info, I prefer to have my home automation cut off from the outside world as much as possible.


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Post by levynger » Thursday 12 October 2017 15:17

Trigun wrote:Maybe a dumb question but how does this work as dashticz is used within your local network? Besides the fact that is does not share personal info, I prefer to have my home automation cut off from the outside world as much as possible.


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There are probably hundreds other applications that cumminicate with the "internet" on your device that runs dashticz..
GA doesn't make it volnerable..
This doesn't mean someone can access your dashticz from the internet unless you forwarded relevant ports to your internal IP..

You can simply make sure your device doesn't have an internet connection by using static internal IP and removing default Gw and dns


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Post by AWP2000 » Thursday 12 October 2017 18:22

Hi,

I've a problem with webcam ! nothing appear .
I set up the CONFIG.js correctly i think , but , nothing !

var buttons = {}
buttons.webcam1 = { width:6, isimage:true, refresh:2000, image: 'http://admin:[email protected]/web/tmpfs/snap.jpg', url: 'http://admin:[email protected]/web/tmpfs/snap.jpg'}

Something wrong ??

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Post by woody4165 » Thursday 12 October 2017 18:38

Try to open the link directly from the browser exactly as written in the url field. Try also another browser if you are using Chrome. AFAIK Chrome does not support anymore passing user:pass in the url

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Post by EdwinK » Thursday 12 October 2017 18:40

AWP2000 wrote:
Thursday 12 October 2017 18:22
Hi,

I've a problem with webcam ! nothing appear .
I set up the CONFIG.js correctly i think , but , nothing !

var buttons = {}
buttons.webcam1 = { width:6, isimage:true, refresh:2000, image: 'http://admin:[email protected]/web/tmpfs/snap.jpg', url: 'http://admin:[email protected]/web/tmpfs/snap.jpg'}

Something wrong ??
This is my setting

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/ cam 
buttons.webcam = {key:'webcam',width:12, isimage:true, refresh:2000, image: 'http://192.168.0.115:8080/shot.jpg', url: 'http://192.168.0.115:8080/video'}
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Post by AWP2000 » Thursday 12 October 2017 19:00

Thank you but still nor work ..

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Post by AWP2000 » Thursday 12 October 2017 20:38

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Post by htilburgs » Thursday 12 October 2017 20:57

What kind of ipcam you use (name & type)?
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Post by htilburgs » Thursday 12 October 2017 20:57

What kind of ipcam you use (name & type)?
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Post by woody4165 » Thursday 12 October 2017 22:45

Does the url in dashticz work in a browser?

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Post by niwreg » Thursday 12 October 2017 22:56

Hey,

I'm new with Dashticz, and after a day of fiddling i found out that i should use config['auto_positioning'] = 0; to get mij groups and other sensors to work.

However is it possible to control kodi with dashticz? I've got an overview of what is is playing, but i would like to pause/play kodi from dashitcz, is this possible? (i now i can add a dummy switch with some logic but it would be nice to have it integrated)

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Post by AWP2000 » Friday 13 October 2017 18:59

the URL work in chrome browser . It's very strange because when i use this 'http://192.168.0.22/web/tmpfs/snap.jpg' , it works without (admin:[email protected] ) !
My cam, it's advisen visio 7.

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Post by woody4165 » Friday 13 October 2017 19:04

Try without the user:pass

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Post by AWP2000 » Friday 13 October 2017 19:10

yes , i tried and it works

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