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asked Aug 02 '11 at 02:29

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I'm no sure, but it is best to put a password on it, that way only u know the password : )

(Aug 02 '11 at 02:30) crazy J crazy%20J's gravatar image

What OS do you use on your main computer?

(Aug 02 '11 at 02:34) zman zman's gravatar image

OS has nothing to do with it. Log in to the router, doesnt matter what OS

(Aug 02 '11 at 02:52) Joshua Odneal Joshua%20Odneal's gravatar image

Different OSes have different ways of doing that.

(Aug 02 '11 at 02:54) zman zman's gravatar image

Josh and zman are technically both right. One way is to log on to your routers settings and look at the devices. One problem is that it will only show if they are currently online and might only show their MAC address. Another way is to use a dedicated network monitoring program which would be platform-specific. There, argument averted.

(Aug 02 '11 at 20:31) hansring hansring's gravatar image

Log in to your router, you should see a list of all the MAC addresses connected and simply boot the ones that arent yours.

And change or set your security key (Use WPA2)

answered Aug 02 '11 at 02:52

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Joshua Odneal

If you are using Windows search for the "Network" icon (if you can't find it on the desktop or in the Start menu do a search for it) and open it, you should see the network name (usually "PC-Name") of every computer that is connected to the network, including Xbox 360 (but you can't see iOs devices, at least on Windows)

answered Aug 02 '11 at 05:36

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First, you have to go to your WiFi router's management page. For most routers, it at the IP address . Check your router's manual to confirm. Then, depending on your router, you will have a page which will show all the names and physical addresses of all the devices connected. In my case, it shows up right on the first page. I have attached an image to demonstrate. Hope this helps. alt text

answered Aug 02 '11 at 02:56

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Vikram Deshmukh

Look at the list of Mac addresses that are connected to your router by finding the mac address list on you router settings, if there are any that do not belong to your computer then make a note of the ip, boot that ip and then change your routers security settings including the login username/password for the router settings consoles if you ever see the same computer name again as the one that you booted then you have a security problem and should take further steps...

answered Aug 02 '11 at 16:18

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answered Aug 02 '11 at 22:05

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