How to Scan for Devices on Your Wi-Fi Network

network-scanning-feature.jpgIf you think someone is using your Wi-Fi network without permission, you probably need to work on your Wi-Fi security – a well-secured network is pretty hard to crack. To confirm your suspicions, though, you’ll need to check your network and see what’s going on there. The best way to do that is usually to access your router’s management panel. If you don’t have access to the router web interface, perhaps because you’re checking a public network or possibly scanning an Airbnb for carelessly hidden cameras (not a guarantee, since a smart voyeur would put them on a hidden network or use a memory card),… Read more

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