QUOTE(BurgerRI @ Jun 7 2008, 03:38 PM)
Do a ping sweep across your DHCP assigned ip address range...once you identify an ip address which does not belong to one of your PC's you can then try to determine who or what it belongs to. You can then use a couple of freeware tools available such as nmap or GFI LanScan and others to determine the intruder. After that its up to you what you wanna do with his traffic, you can run a sniffer to capture his network traffic or you can try to use various hacker tools out there to gain admin level access to the PC....the fun things you can do goes on and on....
to steal back from a thief is like a thief himselfwep
if i were u, i will just change password every now and then... 90% secure
once a month will do, then he will just give upwpa
wpa very hard to hack, he only able to hack everytime u enter passphase
so he have to wait for u to login... like stalking
even u do enter passphase, he oni have 50% of success. if u r using WPA-PSK
the password must be long... prefer at least 8 character which consist of alphanumeric, symbolic, and case sensitive...wpa2
no way to crack at the moment
support in xp sp3, else use your device wifi manager
ps: u can always let da hacker use your wifi since u already pay for the unlimited packages, dont be stingy...
he work hard for free access, something to encourage young ppl to learn more
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