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Posted 30 October 2016 - 08:26 PM
Posted 30 October 2016 - 10:04 PM
Unfortunately it is possible, if she somehow managed to log to your router, it is easy to steal your network traffic (sites you visit, even passwords). Usually sites like Gmail and facebook use https (they are encrypted), so even if she stole your information she will be unable to read it. Also, she must be quite a sociopath to stalk you all the time- you said she responses the moment you type something, that should mean she is spying on you any second of her day. I myself had problems with hostile roommates in the past so can understand you, but you should also take in mind that it can be just you being paranoid. Cracking wifi's password is not that easy. I hope you also have administrator password (thats where your router settings are, if she logs too your wifi and your administration has no passwords she can make changes to your router settings, which is bad thing) As long as you have router, all the traffic can be intercepted, from the wifi and cable.
Posted 30 October 2016 - 10:08 PM
I'd certainly be switching to non-broadcast SSID (semi-hidden), choosing the best WPA2 method of encryption, and, choosing a very complex password; in light of someone already cracking your password, I'd be opting for at least a 16 character complex passphrase....."H@cK7h1$,P$ychoW0m@n!"
Many routers can also be set to only allow certain MAC addresses, and, block all others. Once you determine the friendly MAC addresses of every I-Phone, I-Pad, Galaxy notepad, laptop, desktop in your home, allow only those MAC addresses. (Probably best to reset/default your router, and promptly select a complex password for it as well...; some routers can be set to disallow admin changes via wireless, mandating an ethernet cable to do so, and, to your advantage, physical access will be required to make any changes.)
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Posted 10 November 2016 - 04:55 AM
You could try power line network adapters and turn wifi off for a time.
Also make sure remote admin on the router is disabled if it has this function.
I'd also in your shoes do a deep scan of all my electric devices connected to the router to make sure nothing is infected as well as every thing the others have suggested.
Once you have secured every thing you could encrypt traffic using a vpn this may be enough to make her stop as she will no longer unless highly skilled be able to see what your doing.
Mind you if this was me i would take my concerns to the local authorities as her behavior is very very odd, cyber crime and stalking are illegal in most countries.
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