Question about Cars & Trucks
This is the CAR AND TRUCK section. What you are reporting sounds like an issue with your Wireless Internet Router. If you have your Router "Wide Open", then anyone within 100 feet of your house may be able to connect to your Internet. You need to log into your Router and setup a password and security type. I recommend using WPA-PSK security. It should be an option on the Router. Once you set the Security Type and set a password or key, your neighbors will no longer be able to use your Internet.
Posted on Nov 17, 2014
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