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Hi guys, I have just purchased a macbook and was wondering if it is possible to make my iSight take a snapshot of someone who makes a invalid password attempt? If so how? Thanks a lot. Nick
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This person apparently has written something that does just that. I think there's others. This one is a little command line based. Should get you started.
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i tried a few of the "motion detection" video makers....

it actually worked great, but i never went and bought any of it. Kinda cool, amazing what kinda stuff i got

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i tried a few of the "motion detection" video makers....
Didn't know about this... please enlighten me or I'll be forced to use google!!
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yes, please let me know how o do this. thanks.
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yes, please let me know how o do this. thanks.
He maybe meant this

and there's a few links here too.
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looked at iAlertU yet?

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looked at iAlertU yet?
This is probably one of the best. You use either a password or your apple remote to set an alarm like you would a car. If anyone moves it or touches a key an extremely loud alarm goes off and it takes a snap shot storing it on your hard drive or e-mailing it to you.

It's very fun and worth a try
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