After Fing finds what may be a hidden camera, how do I remove, block or jam that network?
August 24, 2021
Could someone please help me? My Fing continues to report that there remains a network that is less than 3 meters that may be hiding a hidden camera, I am not able to log into it as the Fing notification suggests as it is NOT MINE, does anyone have any recommendations for me to remove, block or jam it? Presently, the expense of an IPS (intrusion prevention system), or moving is prohibitive. Months ago, when I first involved my ISP (internet service provider) to report Fing’s findings, and to change my network name and password, IMMEDIATELY after doing so, the network name that Fing reported that may have been hiding a hidden camera, SUDDENLY CHANGED, and was replaced with the network name that yet remains.
Since the tenant located directly above me, continues to stalk and harass me (in important and salient ways, by following me around from room-to-room as he, WEIRDLY, said that he would when I was yet in the process of moving-in), DOES ANYONE know if is there any way that I would be able to BLOCK that network that Fing continues to report that may be a hiding camera(s)?
Thank you for your assistance!
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