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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by james*b, May 27, 2011.
How can I tell if an unauthorised person is using my (WEP encrypted) WIFI?
What router are you using? With most wireless routers you can log into your router by entering its IP address into your browser address bar then enabling the log.
using airport utility
under Manual Set Up
click on Advanced at the top>Statistics Tab>Log and Statistics button>Wireless Client...only shows current connections
Finch7's suggestion is a good one if you want to monitor all the connections over time, but you may have an option in your router's admin page to see currently connected devices without enabling the log.
On my Netgear router, there's an option to "Show Connected Devices" that will show what is connected to your WiFi.
While you're at it, you may want to change your encryption scheme to WPA or WPA2. From what I've read in articles, WEP encryption has become rather easy for hackers to defeat.
The only thing that might keep you from switching is an older Wi-Fi device you use that only has WEP encryption available.