Infopackets Reader Steve J. writes: " Dear Dennis, A few weeks ago my neighbor hit my car parked on the road. I've tried to settle this amicably but now he's threatening to (among other things) hack into my computer and delete my files. Since then, my Internet has been slow and I suspect that my neighbor is stealing my WiFi signal. I have searched all over the Internet on how to stop someone

2008-12-10 · The only way someone can use your phone line is by tampering with your NIDthis is the phone box that is on the outside of your house. If you go outside, and see a wire coming off of the box.stringing across the ground to a neighbor's house you should immediately call the police, and the phone company. Hardware Hacker Charged With Selling Cable Modems That … In the first case of its kind, a Pennsylvania man faces federal criminal charges for allegedly selling hacked cable modems capable of stealing free, anonymous internet service from broadband Google

Steal Internet service? Go to jail Federal jury convicts Ryan Harris/TNiSO of wire fraud in connection with Internet service thefts. The Department of Justice said today a federal jury convicted a

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Home title fraud is usually a result of identity theft. Many transaction and document requests are done online, which can increase the chances of criminals stealing information. Older people are the most common targets because they typically have more equity in their homes and may not be as online-savvy or pick up on signs of fraud right away.

Oregon Man Sentenced in Boston to 36 Months in Prison for 2020-2-13 · WASHINGTON – A Redmond, Ore., man was sentenced today to 36 months in prison for his participation in a scheme to help thousands steal internet service, Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz of the District of Massachusetts announced. Oregon Man Convicted for Helping Thousands Steal Internet