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GIB

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I signed on to my PC this morning, and I noticed that my router has another connection in it. I'm on wireless and AOL so I don't know why it's there. It's called "BTHomeHub-EB7B". Should I worry about it? I tried to connect to it but it has a password etc.
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Fenor

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Hi GIB!

That's not your router, that is another house near you that has wireless Internet and you are just picking up the signal. The reason you can't connect to it is because it has security encryption enabled on it and is why it is asking for a password to connect to it.

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