15 years ago
The reason I ask is that my wireless system occasionally runs at a snail
This often happens at peak times, and sometimes not at all.
I have checked my internet speeds when I have suspected that the neighbour
is piggybacking and even though the broadband speed check shows full
capacity, it is still running slow.
Even my Google home page takes about a minute or so to load at these times.
I'm running my home pc on a Belkin 54G wireless system.
Data encryption is WEP and the password is still set at the default when I
set it up with the manufacturer's helpline. (Do they always suggest
So I was wondering if there was any way to detect piggybacking, preferably
in the form of free software?