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See if someone is stealing your Wi-Fi network

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I want a net cut software to cut off the people who are stealing my WiFi?

I want a net cut software to cut off the people who are stealing my WiFi

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WiFi Intruders disturbing my WiFi Speed?

One of my Neighbors is using my WiFi and I could not find where is he from. I can get his details like device make and mac address via Fing. Any idea about blocking him permanently? Even if I change the password he is still accessing my WiFi

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How to see device list using Linux?

I'm using Kali Linux and I would like to find out local IP of all other users connected to my network . My local IP is 192.168.1.1, doesn't provide that service.. I have tried: I've tried logging to 192.168.1.1 but my ISP do not provide attached devices service or something.. I think it was caused by: I can't really think of anything right now. Sorry..

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How do I get a notification on my laptop when a user is connected. Or how do I set my computer as the wireless administrator?

How do I make my computer find and block these users and it is my WiFi I'm talking about

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MAC Address Tracing : is it possible to trace a MAC if the device is disconnected?

Can I trace the MAC address of a device that was connected to my wireless network but is no longer connected?. I have tried: I tried searching for usage history and connected devices. I think it was caused by: I had a few devices connected before to my network, but they are not connected now.

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