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    NorPlan Posts: 417, Reputation: 3
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    Mar 17, 2014, 06:04 AM
    WiFi Modem / Hack Into?
    Just curious if it's Possible.. In our Quest to find the source of the Biggest User of GB's in the Household... Can and if so How could say a neighbor Hack into our WiFi Signal..?
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    Curlyben Posts: 18,471, Reputation: 1857
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    Mar 17, 2014, 06:09 AM
    Wireless is inherently insecure and relatively easy to utilise.

    Depending on your router there may well be more granular security and data controls available.
    As well as a Wireless key (WPA) the use of MAC filters can be useful.

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