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Concerned that we are being hacked for WiFi and network?

Showing x-box, we don't have on network and also turned all things off and router blinking still. And, Nexus 6 Motorola shamu shows up, and we do not have this. I have tried: Checking and reading about these issues, going in circles. I am a regular honest person, so do not know all these techniques these people use. Neighbor also seems to know our private conversations - I think it was caused by: Not sure

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What shall I do to stop people from using my network subscription?

They are using my network subscription via WiFi and I want to stop them, how?

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: Hi. hope this won't cause money

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