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How to know which device connect in administration?

My WiFi Administration is hacked I have doubts devices are connected. How to known?

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I am in my WiFi router and I have so many devices listed here. A lot of them are unknown device and random letters and numbers after them, how can I see what exactly the device was and for all the Android devices that connected to my WiFi at one point, how can I take them off of the list?

There are many devices that are on my router list, some are inactive or off also say unknown device, how can I find out what unknown device was? Some say Android how can I see what Android device was? Thanks. I have tried: Copying unknown device ID and googling it to get no searches match criteria, and now I am here talking to you. I think it was caused by: Giving out my password to family and friends so that they could use my WiFi

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There is a device called * on my internet?

This device is in my internet and makes me lag, I kicked him off my WiFi via online but this happened a few months ago - same problem the device is called *. . yes, just an asterisk. I have tried: Kick him off. I think it was caused by: This device called *

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Hi sir I hav pro in connecting my WiFi device?

I cannot connect my WiFi fi to my laptop it is showing a limited connection I have tried with my lan cable but is is not getting connected could you please help me with this issue ,I'm using a Lenovo laptop with win 8 os

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Am I being hacked if I get a page URL that says, "netgear WiFi extender hacker"?

Today I couldn't log on to the internet because I got this page saying, "Netgear Connect" and the URL was "netgearwifiext.IA_hijack".. . Then I called AT&T, and the message said the service was down in my area- and to reboot my computer, then reconnect to WiFi. I did all of that, and suddenly it works just fine.. . Just want to make sure nobody is hacked into my computer or router.. . Thanks.. I have tried: I explained this already

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Which of the several WiFi tools are you recommending, exactly?

Your link leads to a search results page which has a number of tools to choose from. Which one, exactly, are you recommending?. I have tried: Looked at search results page from reference you gave.. I think it was caused by: Now there are occasional 4-note blips, as though someone is going offline, having been using my wireless connection. That's what's prompting me to ask you questions. Seems the ultimate answer is to just change the password on the router, right?

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Can cell phones with no service go through my WiFi to get on their Facebook and messages on their phone?

My step son is getting online through my WiFi using their data, I have got his phone and told it to forget the network , but I believe he has the password secure with WAP. I have tried: Just getting his cell phone and going to the settings and telling it to forget the WiFi connection,. I think it was caused by: He won't quit using it while we are at work or asleep, then when I want to use it their is not any data on it or it is very slow.

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There is someone using my WiFi. I notice this device has 7 MAC addresses?

There is someone using my WiFi. I notice this device has 7 MAC addresses. Even though I changed my WiFi password and I blocked all those MAC addresses but that device is still using my WiFi. I changed my WiFi password and I blocked that device but still that device is using my WiFi. also it seems like that device is a phone and connected using a LAN not wireless!!!! (Strange enough). I have tried: I changed my WiFi password

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MAC address filtering for all addresses that is for that unwanted device. I think it was caused by: I shared my WiFi password with my neighbors but when I change the WiFi password, all devices got off but that strange device (that seems as a phone in the router page) is still online. The second strange thing is that I think this device is using many MAC addresses of my network to get around MAC Filtering.

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