Stop Wi-Fi thieves

Moocherhunter is a mobile tracking software tool for the real-time on-the-fly geo-location of wireless moochers and hackers. It helps you spot wifi thief and stop wireless internet stealing without any hassle. Avoiding internet thieves from hacking into your wireless network can help you protect wireless internet at home and prevent it from being used for illegal purposes. There are a lot of dangers on the internet that you should be aware of, this means that you should not only protect your personal information but your location as well. Protect your identity as well as your activities by protecting your internet connection and making sure it’s secure from those hackers with bad intentions.

For a person to conduct certain activities on the internet, it is inevitable to be totally invisible. A person will have no choice but to reveal themselves by sending traffic across various websites that is why hackers or thieves steal another person’s internet connection. If a person cannot hide their network or connection information, it will leave them no choice but to use another person’s network address or IP address. An IP address is a unique code labelled numerically to each device or computer once it connects to the internet. An IP address serves two principal functions: host or network interface identification and location addressing. Moocherhunter enables the owner of the wireless network to detect traffic from this unauthorized wireless client (using either the Passive or Active mode) and enables the owner, armed with a laptop and directional antenna, to isolate and track down the source. Also, because the software is not based on fixed or statically-positioned hardware, moocherhunter allows the user to move freely and walk towards the actual geographical location of the moocher/hacker.

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