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Watch who connects to your WiFi network

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WIFI Guard
If you have a WiFi network and the connection isn´t going very well, there´s a possibility that a neighbour is `borrowing´ it. To avoid this, WIFI Guard allows you to quickly see who is connected to your network.

You´ll be able to see the name of the computers, their MAC addresses and the IP address with which they are connected. With just one click you will be able to add a personalized name and mark the trustworthy devices.

You can programme WIFI Guard to check your network every certain time or to let you know when an unknown device connects to your network, so you won´t have to worry about checking the list, you just have to minimize it so it stays in the system tray.

It also offers you the possibility to export the list of devices as a text file, so you can keep a copy of the list of trustworthy devices.

WIFI Guard is an excellent option to keep your network clear of scroungers or simply to see the IP and MAC of the people that are connected.

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