I need your help and advice. My problem is my neighbour's Wi-Fi network. Sometimes my kids get really unbearable and do bad things and I try to ban the use of their PCs, laptops, and the internet. But I found my son was on Facebook while under house arrest. He's probably using his smartphone to connect to my neighbour's wireless network. I've already discussed this with him and he said there's nothing he can do about it, he can't even change the network's password.
Maybe some of your devices will help?
Asked at 16:44 am on August 17
Some of our devices can really help you solve your neighbor's Wi-Fi network problem. We have already looked at these issues. First of all, you should know that your neighbor cannot really help you because even if they change their password, it can be cracked. It's pretty simple so I can say that if your child is a seasoned pc user they can do this. Wi-Fi networks are really vulnerable because you cannot simply limit the distribution of the radio frequencies used by Wi-Fi.
But the good news is that you can easily block them. As far as I can tell, you have to block WiFi in a fairly large area to cover your entire house. In this case, a stationary wireless signal jammer is the best choice. This will ensure that wireless networks within a 40 meter (130 foot) radius are dead. We should also mention that many people fear that these signal blockers could be harmful to health, but we can assure you that this is wrong.
Any type of interfering device sends out signals at the same frequency that it is intended to interfere with. So in this case we can say that your WiFi blocker is just as dangerous as a simple WiFi router. And the last thing we should mention is that you can adjust the signal power and interference radius of this signal jammer so you don't annoy your neighbors with the Wi-Fi blocking.
Thank you for your question, I hope I have done my best to help you.
Answered at 10:20 am on August 18