Unauthorized connection sharing
Is there any way to tell if someone is piggy-backing on my wireless
connection other than noticing a slowdown.
Is there an application that would detect it. Thanks.
Re: Unauthorized connection sharing
AirSnare is one...
With that said the real key is using strong encryption like WPA2/WPA and a
long random key. Personally I protect my home wireless network with WPA-PSK
(AES) and use a 63-character random ASCII key.
Al Jarvi (MS-MVP Windows - Desktop User Experience)
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"jsimmons88" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Is there any way to tell if someone is piggy-backing on my wireless
> connection other than noticing a slowdown.
> Is there an application that would detect it. Thanks.
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