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Without knowing more about your setup, there are a few ways this can happen. First, some computers allow remote connecting via Bluetooth so check your Bluetooth security settings to ensure nothing is paired up that shouldn't be. Second, if you have a wireless network people can still connect to it even if no internet is present. Third, if your home computer has it's wireless active there is a very remote chance it could be mistakenly configured so someone could connect directly to the computer. Network security is a big deal and any wireless source could give an outside individual access to your network. That said, without the internet the individual would have to be local and pretty close to your wireless source, so it shouldn't be too hard to find out who it is.
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