How to know if my WIFI is STOLEN, Download Fing Network Tool

Yes, we have all searched the Internet at some point for one of those applications to decrypt Wi-Fi key passwords , I think that everyone has done it at some point. But of course the law of KARMA exists, so it is not surprising that someone sometimes sneaks into our modem. So to the question that all of you have ever asked yourself : How do I know if my WiFi is being stolen? , is very easy to answer, with a very simple target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Freemium Android app , do you want to know its name? It’s called Fing Network Tool.

And it is that many times we ignore this issue, sometimes we believe that this is going to happen to us, other times we simply believe that it is a problem with the Internet server so the service is slow.

The truth is that there is a lot of intelligence out there, the good thing is that with Fing Network Tool we will know the devices that are stealing the Internet from us.

Ok yes, all this is very good but how does Fing Network Tool work for “How to know if my WiFi is stolen”

Well, very simple, you just have to download the Fing Network Tools application at the end of this post. Once you run it for the first time, the devices connected to your network with their corresponding MAC will appear , as you can see in the photo.

For obvious reasons I have crossed out both the IPs and MACs of my devices, but I can verify that there is no “foreign” device in my house.

The first is my Internet server «Canal Carrion» , the second is the wireless WiFi, the second is the WiFi of my Mobile Phone and the USER-PC is my PC.

I can breathe easy, because if what I wanted was “How to know if my Internet is being stolen” , not only do target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>I already know, but there are no intruders on my target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>wireless Internet .target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>

Google Play | Fing Network Tools