Thursday, November 8, 2012

Who's On My WiFi 2.0.7 Portable

Who's On My WiFi 2.0.7 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 really 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
“Snagged 3 neighbors sucking my bandwidth”

In the past, it used to be easy to protect computer networks from outsiders. If they weren't close enough to run a cable from their desktop computer to your building, then they weren't connected!

But now things are different.

With the rise of Wireless networks, someone could be outside of your home, business, or apartment, and still be connected to the network that you own. You could never meet a person, and yet they're on your private property.

And this fear isn't just for home users who setup their own networks. This applies to business large and small as well. The convenience and ease of use of wireless networks have made them a mainstay for homes and businesses alike, but this convenience has also added a concern:

I hate that nagging feeling when you think you've protected your network, but you worry “could someone still have gotten in?”

What if I didn't lock it down enough, or someone set it up wrong, or they broke the encryption…

It's not like I can see them…

Do these worries sound familiar?

Well luckily, thanks to new technology, there is a simple, easy way to know if someone has ever connected to your home or business network.

It doesn't matter if the device was a laptop, a Kindle, a desktop, a coffee maker, or anything in between. If it has connected to the internet through your network, WIRED or WIRELESS, this new technology will find it.

This new technology is called “Who's On My Wifi”.

I know what you're thinking, silly name right. But it was named this because It does 1 thing and does it well.

It is the easiest way to see if anything you don't know is currently connected to your network or if anything you don't know has connected to your network in the past.

Lets take a look at this technology and see how it works.

Each computer has a fingerprint that other machines understand when they connect to a network. Who's On My Wifi looks at those fingerprints and compares them to a database of fingerprints that you've already told it are allowed on your network.

You can think of it like giving each computer on your network a badge to wear.

After all the badges have been created, Who's On My Wifi is ready for action. It simply checks the badges of each computer every time they connect to the network.

If any computer doesn't have a badge assigned to it, BOOM!

Who's On My Wifi will send you, the owner, an email message letting you know that something not quite right is going on. It can also give you a voice message or message box to alert you further.

Nothing can hide from Who's On My Wifi.

This detection intelligence is great for many different situations.

People are using Who's On My Wifi to monitor everything from vacation homes to remote offices.

Here is a review from one of the users of this program (Customer Review).

In summary, you don't have to be afraid that someone is secretly on your network anymore.

All you have to do is download Who's On My Wifi, start using it, and stop being afraid.


Name: Who's On My WiFi 2.0.7
Language: Eng
Year: 2012
Version: Full
Gen: Safety O.S.
size: 3,62 MB
* Intel Pentium or compatible processor
License: Shareware (Full)
Who's On My WiFi 2.0.7 is compatible with
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
w_xp.jpg w_vista.jpg w_7.jpg

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