I installed a Kuna exterior light before I knew anything about network security. Kuna is like Ring, allowing you to watch live video through your phone, serving as an intercom, etc. To set it up, you provide access to your Wi-Fi network, and it takes it from there. It's features are great, and it boosts the Wife Approval Factor (WAF) as a serious bonus. But if it can't be secured, I will disconnect it and go back to screaming, "Who's there?" every time the doorbell rings until I find a safer alternative. I'd rather have my network buttoned down. I searched the forum, and the Internet at large, but nothing jumped out at me in terms of some big specific risks. Generally speaking, once I've made a long, thorough search, the moment I confess my failure to find my objective numerous people show me how they instantly got endless results. I call this JDJ's Law of Information Technology #47. That being said, there's usually a lot of valuable additional information in the replies on this forum that add to my general knowledge, so there's that. So, is there a way to secure Kuna, or should I unplug it from Wi-Fi?