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Discussion in 'Networking and Security' started by dhog, Apr 4, 2012.

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  1. dhog

    dhog

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    how can i detect if someone is using my WIFI?
     
  2. xzs

    xzs Moderator / .net Coder Staff Member

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    Depends on what device you're on. Computer? Phone? Tablet?
     
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    comic-1337 Audition Level 2

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    I am actually quite interested to know who is using my WiFi too. I am using a computer.
     
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    xzs Moderator / .net Coder Staff Member

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    You can use Command Prompt (in elevated mode)
    and type in:
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    net user
    
     
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    comic-1337 Audition Level 2

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    Hi, I figured it out that you can find out with few methods.

    1) Login into your router's default webpage. Go google up your router's default page and login, there will be a client list for you to see who is currently connected to your wifi

    2) Use applications such as Zenmap or Cain&Abel [Go google for it]

    3) Use wireshark. See if there is any suspicious IP address appearing(make sure your wireshark is in promiscuous mode
     
  6. Mr.iLLEGAL

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    It really depends on your router... every router is dfferent. What model is yours?
     
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    Theminatar Retired Staff Member

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    You don't need any of that. Most modern routers tell you now, they will even log any connection made, and then you can ban the MAC Address.
     
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    comic-1337 Audition Level 2

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    That's what I state in 1), to see the Log, you still have to login to the Router's default gateway/webpage.
     
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    Zeusxx Super Moderator Staff Member

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    guys please don't bump threads from 2012...

    but yes you can view that info by logging into your Router

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