The Verizon Cccam servers have long been one of the most hated parts of Verizon’s network, as they allow attackers to remotely take over the devices and control them.
However, the company has now released a new update to fix the problem, and it comes with some major new features.
Verizon’s latest update to CCCam servers fixes the problem and adds a new “device” tab, which lets you select a device and specify the location where it’s running, allowing for more control.
You can also enable a “device location” feature to tell CCCams to run on your local network, so you don’t need to use a proxy or VPN to access your CCCAMS servers.
Verizon says it also adds a “local” section to the new tab, allowing you to specify where CCCs servers are located.
The new feature lets you control your Cccams remotely, as well.
You’re able to run them remotely on a local network or from a Windows PC.
You’ll also be able to control them through a network connection, as opposed to just the phone or tablet.
The new feature also lets you choose how many CCCMs you want to allow remote access to, and you can also disable the feature entirely.
The update also brings support for more than one device at once.
Previously, only one device could be controlled remotely, but now you can allow multiple devices to run simultaneously.
You also can set a maximum number of remote CCCM instances to be allowed to run, and they can now be set to run when you connect to a Wi-Fi network or connect to the Internet.
You can also use the “remote” feature in conjunction with a firewall, so your devices can’t be controlled from other computers or devices.
This is a feature Verizon has added for several years, but it’s only now being implemented in the new update.
Verizon also says that the new feature can be used to control devices without any special network configuration.
VerityCCCam server owners can now choose to run a maximum of five devices at a time.
Verizon has also updated the security settings on the CCCammers to make it easier to log into the servers, as previously you could only access the servers remotely.
You’ll also need to disable the “local and remote” section of the new “local device” tab in the CccAM settings to use the new features, but you can still control a maximum five devices per device at a given time.
Veritas says it has “no plans” to disable CCCamm from the Verizon network at this time.
It’s still unclear what Verizon plans to do with the security changes.