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See if someone is stealing your Wi-Fi network

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I want to block the person who is using my WiFi network?

Some unwanted users use my WiFi network and I want to block those users from using my WiFi network

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  1. 1
    If you do not want the tool from the article, Wireless Network Watcher, then you can use Fing for iOS or for Android.
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  2. 2
    Launch the application and tap on "Refresh"
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    You will see all of the users connected to your WiFi network.
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  3. 3
    Tap on a user, and you will see a screen with "MAC Address".
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  4. 4
    Write the "MAC Address" value down.
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  5. 5
    Enter your router IP into a browser on the computer that is connected to the router
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  6. 6
    Log in to the router.
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  7. 7
    Find security options
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    The location may vary for this setting; so, you may need to search for it in the manual for the router.
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  8. 8
    In the security section, click something similar to MAC Filtering.
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  9. 9
    Clicking an option to add a device
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    Now, type the MAC address of the device to be blocked
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    Save the settings.
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  12. 12
    Find an option to change the password for your WiFi connection
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    Change it to something secure (use numbers, signs, and capital letters) and save the settings.
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See if someone is stealing your Wi-Fi network

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