Security Best Practices

For your system security, Blink cameras always use encrypted connections. Blink also hides account details from our support agents until you grant access permission in the Blink app.

Here are some best practices to keep your Blink account secure:

Share account information only with those you trust

Blink will never ask for login credentials or account password. As the account owner, sharing account access should only be with trusted people. Learn more about managing multiple devices on your Blink account.

Note: Any person signed in to your Blink account has access to view and manage all of your Blink devices and account information.

Create strong passwords

We recommend that you don't use the same password for multiple accounts and services. Blink passwords can be any combination of letters, numbers, and symbols (ASCII standard characters) and must meet the following requirements:

  • 8 or more characters
  • At least one of the following:
    • uppercase
    • lowercase
    • number
    • special character

Regularly update your passwords

It is a good practice to update your passwords every three to six months. If you suspect your account has been compromised, we recommend immediately changing your password. 

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