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    Sunday, 6 December 2015

    How to block hackers Spying your Android Wi-fi A must read guide

     Is someone spying your device, Send that person off forever before the intruder steals personal details about you

    Taags: How to tweak adnroids, Sure Tweaks safe Wi-fi
    With the growing wave of Wi-Fi globally, it’s very important you take precaution against Hackers. This sure tweak is a sure one to block them.

    Any time you downloaded the application online, take your time to open it, and on the Home screen you will see the name of your network, which come along with the Refresh and Settings buttons.
    If you want to see the devices connected to your wireless network, click on the Refresh button. Now you will see a list of devices, with an indicator telling you whether it is a smart phone or computer.
    Click on any device on your network to bring up a list of options for interacting with that device. These include sending pings, Wake on LAN signals, or even logging when those devices connect and disconnect from the network.

    How do I block Wi-Fi Hackers away from my Device?
    Good question. Are you suspecting a strange device on your network, the next step is to fling it off your device before fight will turn to quarrel. The image bellow shows you the MAC address of each device connected to your own network   it will look like this numbers and letters- 'xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx'). Just keep this numbers on mind
    Follow these steps carefully
    1. On  your computer that connected to your router, enter your router IP into the browser, then on the next page enter your router login details (a list of default router passwords can be found here)
    2. Once logged into your router, find the Security options (its location varies between different routers). These could be located under Advance Settings.
    3. In Security, click Mac Filtering, then Add Device.
    4. Enter the MAC address of the device in the MAC field, give it a name if there is such an option, then click Apply, Save or OK.
    5. Once you're logged into your router, it might also be worth changing your Wi-Fi password, seeing as your last one might have been compromised.
    Now keep enjoying Proved Suretweaks for your Tech Solutions

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