Detect WiFi Theft: Is your WiFi being stolen? Find out like this, block immediately..


If you are facing a problem regarding internet speed with a WiFi connection, then you need to pay attention to this.

It is possible that your WiFi is being used surreptitiously without your knowledge. If this is happening then this theft (Detect WiFi Theft) can be detected.


This is not only a matter of your net speed but also of your security. In such a situation, it is advisable to be alert regarding the WiFi connection.

Detect devices stealing WiFi

To detect WiFi theft, first of all, you need to have the IP address of your router. The IP address of the router is printed on the sticker of the router itself.

However, if the router is old and unable to check the IP address, it can also be searched on a Windows laptop.

How to find the router's IP address

First of all, you have to open the laptop on which you are using WiFi.

Now after pressing the Windows key you have to type cmd.

Now after clicking on Command Prompt, you have to type ipconfig /all.

Now you have to press enter.

By doing this you will be able to see the IP address of the router.

How to check the list of devices connected to WiFi network

     First of all, we have to go to Google Chrome.

     Now you have to type the IP address in the search bar.

     Now you have to enter your username and password.

     Now you can check connected devices, attached devices, and DHCP Clients with Wi-Fi networks.

If you find such a device in this list that you do not know, then it is advisable to change the WiFi password immediately. However, you can also block this device.

Block unknown devices like this

     For this, first of all, you have to log in to the router.

     Now you have to come to Advanced>Security>Access Control.

     The check must be turned on on the access control.


     If the Access Control option is not available then come to the MAC Address filtering tool.

     To block the device, you can add its MAC address here along with turning on the MAC Address filtering tool.

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