Security researchers have uncovered a serious flaw in the SmartCam devices that could allow hackers to take control.
The researchers have alerted Samsung to the problem, but the firm is yet to make changes to rectify the problem for the millions of devices sold globally.
The SmartCam is designed to allow users to stream live video to their smartphone over the internet.
For example, it can be used as a baby monitor, or for home security.
But according to Exploitee.rs – a team of self-procliamed 'ethical hackers', a flaw in the camera's technology could let hackers take control.
This could allow hackers to turn the camera on remotely, and even lock you out of your account by changing your password details.