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I think my wifi is being hacked

Mathematics
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oh.. sorry:)
Change your password.
@MathSofiya Please use this section only for Maths questions only. Nevertheless I'll help you If you have a router. Access it using 192.168.2.1 Change the password and you could also check the MAC/Physical addresses of the computers accessing your WiFi. Block the unknown MAC addresses

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how do i check the mac address of the computer that's accessing my wifi? through 192.168.2.1 as well
gosh my internet is sooo slow right now. I restarted my router and computer and everything and still it's super slow
You could just...you know...change your password.
You'll be presented a page there. You have to log on the router. It'd require a password. There you can change the access password and block mac addresses
I see. Thank you ash!
dude I can't even access 192.168.2.1 because the internet is soo slow and keeps timing out
It doesn't require internet to access that. Maybe it'd have some other address. Google your router name and there you could find its address

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