This camera lets users talk to their pets and give them treats when they aren't home. Mozilla said the device is pretty solid when it comes to basic security features like encryption and third-party sharing, but 36% of users felt it was "super creepy," and 74% said they were unlikely to buy it.
9. Furbo Dog Camera
It seems like people really don't like cameras that constantly stream video of their pets. Mozilla's only knock on this product was the fact that it shares information with third parties for unexpected reasons.
Regardless, 44% of users found the device "super creepy' and 81% said they probably wouldn't buy it.
8. DJI Spark Selfie Drone
At first, it might not seem like a drone could be that big of a security risk. However, DJI drones are so prone to attack that the US military banned them for military use.
37% of users found this drone to be "super creepy," while 66% said they weren't likely to buy it.
7. Dobby Pocket Drone
Good things come in pairs, and apparently so do creepy tech gadgets. Just as two pet cameras found their way on the top-10 list, so did two drones.
The Dobby Pocket Drone is a pocket-sized drone that serves as a smaller and more affordable alternative to more premium drones. However, it's also kind of creepy.
Mozilla wasn't able to determine any of the security features on its criteria list, except for the fact that a password isn't required for use. So in theory it could be perfectly safe, but the fact that its security functions aren't clearly laid out is concerning.
45% of users found the drone "super creepy," and 88% said they weren't likely to buy one.
47% of users found the Google Home to be "super creepy," and 47% said they probably wouldn't buy one.
5. CogniToys Dino
This toy dinosaur is somewhat like a watered down smart assistant for kids. It doesn't have a screen, and instead of performing tasks like turning on your lights or reading the weather, it answers your kids' questions. CogniToys says the Dino "talks, listens, learns and laughs alongside kids." and can even lead them through a guided meditation.
44% of respondents said the Dino is "super creepy," and 89% said they probably wouldn't buy one.
4. Amazon Echo and Echo Dot
No smart speaker is safe when it comes to being labeled as creepy.
54% of users said the Echo is "super creepy," and 72% said they weren't likely to buy one.
3. Amazon Echo Show and Spot
Poor Alexa can't catch a break. Mozilla had the same concerns with these Echo devices as with the previous pair.
59% of users said they find the screen-based Echo devices "super creepy" and 79% said they probably wouldn't get one.
2. Amazon Cloud Cam
Mozilla had the same security concerns with this Amazon security camera as with the previous two. It can detect motion, record at night, and notify you via mobile phone if someone is breaking into your house.
56% of users said the always-watching Amazon camera was "super creepy," while 87% said they probably wouldn't get one.
The other items on this list weren't in any real particular order, but this is definitely the creepiest gadget listed and deserves the No. 1 spot.
The FREDI Baby Monitor might seem innocent enough at first. It's a nice way to keep track of your children when you can't physically be in the room, and you can access a live feed on your phone.
However, this is probably not a device you want in your home. These types of baby monitors are incredibly vulnerable to attack. Mozilla says the monitor doesn't use encryption, has a default password of "123" that doesn't require a change, there aren't any automatic security updates, and the company doesn't manage security vulnerabilities.