Find Out Who Is Using Your Wireless Network Connection For Free

So you have a wireless network connection at home but is quite slow for some days? There are so many ways to hack inside the wireless network router that anybody could be using your connection without permission. So how would you know if someone is using your wireless network connection?

Even if you are not a Windows network expert, you can now still find out whether someone is using your connection or not. Zamzom Wireless Network Tool is a free utility that can do a quick scan for you. Just load it up, hit Fast Scan and it will show you the IP and MAC addresses of every computer that is connected to your WAN.

zamzom wireless network screenshot


You can also perform a Deep Scan, but a Fast Scan will be enough for most users. It can also show the name of the computer that is connected but you will have to upgrade to Pro version(which will cost some bucks). You don’t need to know the name of the computer, since you can block the IP address easily through your router.

Zamzom Wireless Network Tool

It works on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003/2008 Server, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. Enjoy!

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  • Emily

    Please make this work for mac!

  • David

    Emily, you could run it through Wine, couldn’t you?

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  • Mary

    Hi! My network is private and protected through a password, but I tried this software anyways. Only one IP address has appeared but I don’t understand if it is necessarily an illegitimate user or my router or something. Little help? If that Ip address is not mine, can I block it, and how? Big thanks! =)

    • Imprive

      depends, what is the IP address? If its 192.168.1.1 than its your gateway (router). If not, there are several ways to block that. The best way is to put a DIFFICULT password on your wireless. and use WPA2-PSK which is extremely strong encryption. use 3 word phrases which are impossible to brute force. Another way is to go into your router config, and only set it to allow specific MAC addresses, this is the most sure fire way of keeping people off your network, but it needs to be updated every time you want to put a new computer on.

  • Thisdoesntseemslegit

    This doesn’t even find my laptop connected to my wireless, how can it find intrusors?