Let’s say you gave your Wi-Fi password to your neighbor a while back, under the assumption that they’d only use it while they were at your house sharing stuff via Chromecast. But now, your connection is slower than it normally should be, and you have this sneaking suspicion that the dude in apartment 3C is flat-out piggybacking off of your home network.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could easily see exactly who is connected to your Wi-Fi network, then selectively kick devices off of your router without having to log into your router and play with confusing settings? Well, that’s exactly what a… more

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