Hello, I recently bought a new home and it has a level of tech far above my knowledge base. I want to learn more about everything involved (from the high end router/firewall, to the mesh network, to the home automation hubs), but specifically the IP camera system. The home has 3 outdoor Panasonic IP cameras that are close to the roof line and one portable/movable Panasonic camera in the garage. All of the feeds are viewable through the IP Camera viewer app from Panasonic. The previous home owner set them up. There is no recording mechanism set up although the previous owner had one, I believe. My concern is that leaving them set up as they are, the previous owner or anyone else for that matter can view the feeds and control them. I just don't know how to change it. When I open up the IP viewer app and go to settings for each camera, it has a URL that is common to each camera, and a unique port number for each. Then there is the username and password for each. Would I need to change the username and password, or go further and have the IP address changed that is used to view the cameras? And I'm not even sure how I can change the username and password on the cameras that were set up by the previous home owner. One of the 4 cameras has a different username and a password that the previous owner did not give me, so I don't know how I can change it. The cameras outside are Panasonic wv-sw175 and the one in the garage is a BL-C131A (the one with the password I don't have access to). Eventually I would like to also figure out how to set up some recording mechanism with these, but first things first. I realize that these cameras are quite outdated, and I will probably replace them at some point but for now they work for what I need them for. Any advice or help on how to get started with this overwhelming process would be appreciated!