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With the Fing – Network Tools application, discover if you have intruders on your WiFi

The truth is that the way to use this development is very simple. It is downloaded, installed following the usual steps when obtaining an application from the Play Store and, once this is done, when executing Fing – Network Tools a WiFi network scan in its entirety and the devices that are using it are displayed. Then a list appears on the screen of the Android device.

Discovering intruders

The information obtained from each of the elements that make up your network is enough to identify them. For example, it is possible to see the IP address they have; the type of device it is (a router or smartphone, for example) and, also, the MAC address network adapter they use. With this, and also the identifying icon that appears on the left side, it is very difficult not to know exactly what each item in the list is about.

If any of them do not agree with some of those that should have access, such as a laptop you have or a tablet, the ideal is to try to disconnect each device that is present in the Fing – Network Tools list one after another. In case that is none of yours… You know, you have an intruder on your WiFi network.

Router information in Fing - Network Tools

What can you do then? Well, the truth is that here we find one of the flaws of this development, since it has a way of preventing a device from being “banned” to access the network (something that would not cost using the MAC address), but the truth is that with change passcode the vast majority of problems are solved.

More application possibilities

Yes, development offers other options that increase its usefulness. For example, devices can be identified by setting a custom name; You can also know the quality of the connection since it is possible to know the access time (ping) it offers; has a gateway identifier to the Internet connection; carry a connection history, etc.

The truth is that Fing – Network Tools is a very useful tool that can get you out of doubts about whether you have prohibited access to your WiFi network and, then, take action on the matter. In addition, it has the positive detail of being totally free and does not integrate advertising.

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