How to punish WiFi thief?
ttopp 1 year ago
I have home WiFi that includes open WiFi because my kid's friends are always coming over. This lets them get online to play games and chat with their portable consoles, phones, etc.,. This has worked pretty well and I don't have to give out our password to everyone. Or at least it has for a couple of years, but I'm 99% sure my neighbor is now using the free WiFi in a way that is causing issues by streaming lots of bandwidth hogging stuff. Where I live, it either has to be him, or someone lurking in the forest with a laptop, so I'm pretty sure I know who the culprit is. Is there a way to punk this punk beyond simply securing it? I would like to mess around with him a little to let him know I know. I don't want to cause any harm, after all, he will still be my neighbor, but I would like to have some fun with him.
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