Friday, May 27, 2016

Portable Who Is On My Wifi 2.1.0

Portable Who Is On My Wifi 2.1.0 - Are People On Your Network Right Now?If you’ve stumbled across this site, chances are that you’re concerned about how secure your wireless network rlly is. You might even be concerned that someone you don’t know is connected to your network this very minute.

- The problem is you can’t see a wireless network. You can’t touch it. And you can’t know who is connected to it without some help.
- But there is a way to be 100% certain that no one is on your Wireless Network but the computers and devices that you want to be on it…
- It’s like they say “Trust but Verify”.
- At this point, I hope you see the true value in verifying who has been connecting to your network.
- I know when I first ran the software on my own machine, I kept expecting that someone I didn’t know would connect any minute.
- I have to admit that I was plsantly surprised.
- I run WPA2 on my wireless network, and in the 6 months that I’ve been running this software, I’ve only seen 1 person connect to my network that I wasn’t aware of. And that was my wife who plugged her new computer directly into the Wireless Router without telling me about it.
- For about the same price as a or BluRay disc, you can have the piece of mind that your network is safe.

What's New in This Relse:

This one has been a long time in the making. We have relsed a blocking fture in the software. So, now, when you see an intruder on your network that has been detected by Who’s On My Wifi, you have the ability to block them. What this will basically do is cut them off from the internet so they would just choose to connect to someone else’s wireless.There is a lot to blocking, so there were several smaller changes that also went out in the software to handle blocking. For instance, we added a separate Block log on the Main screen that shows you all of the blocking packets being sent to the intruder. The status on the bottom left has been changed so that when blocking is happening, you are notified about it. As well as updates to the help section, and all of the underlying and settings changes that made this all possible.We’re very proud of this, and we hope you like it.Again, remember, to use this fture safely and only on your own network because it can be sily traced back to you if you block someone on a network that you do not own.

Procedure to follow: "Scan-Settings-Diagnostic-Detect IP Range"

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