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In order to Protect yourself, use high security encrption level like WPA2. It assing differnet Keys to each WiFi Client. How to trace: Check your router for attached devices. You can use PingTestEasy to discover devices on your network. Or can ise this method to check WiFi Clients on a network. Note down the IP address of the device. Next, you can ...


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Ofcourse it can bypass the sniffer. He can always use a hotspot on his phone and thus you can not see the traffic from that PC at all. I dont know where you are looking for but this is always a possiblity...


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Instead of that: Get a hub, not router, or switch Plug main connection in, and destination computer, and then a third computer you do have control of. Hubs, broadcast all traffic over all ports so the 3rd computer will hear everything. Get a computer you can control, and add 2 nics. Basically, an IN and OUT port. This computer and be setup to transfer ...


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Mainly that the data in the unencrypted traffic could be read by that user and that knowledge of the networking setup (i.e. what IP of the file server is) and any login credentials that might be hard-coded into any of the applications and sent unencrypted. If you are able to switch users and someone else were to log in then their network data would be at ...



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