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    buster69

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    Hi Guys

    Computer idiot needs help.

    If another person logs onto the internet using the same wifi is it possible to see what they are seeing? ie can i see what my partner is looking at?

    Or can i remotely log into their ipad using wifi without them knowing?

    And if I can does this work if they are using an ipad 2 and im on a laptop?

    Hope someone can help.

    Cheers

    John
     
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    Zaris24

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    Not that i know to much about this stuff but i found out that in a routher theres a place u can Find List of active clients

    It shows the Clients Mac / Physical Address
    atleast there u can see how many is on ur Inet
    other then that i cant help u hopefully some one else will post that part
    any way good luck
     
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    JohnM

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    Yes you can check who is using your connection but no you cant see what the other user is seeing except if you are a "specialist",coz what i ve learned from this years is that everything can be done with computers!
     
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    You can see that they are connected to the same network and if setup to be accesible then you may be able to access files etc on the computer connected but you cant view what theya re viewing without specialist software.

    Cant you just check thier history if you want to know what theyhave been up to?
     
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