Old 10-13-12, 01:48 AM
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If you can log into your router, usually by typing your local IP into your browser, there should also be a way to check what else is connected to your internet... usually under "attached devices" or something along those lines. So far as I know you can't really track anybody through it, but it will tell you how many computers, phones, etc, are connected to your internet, and I believe with most you can block any unknown devices.
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