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wireless router

Let say, there is a wireless router sitting on the first floor and it belongs to someone else. If I have a laptop with a builded-in wireless, when I enable the wireless connection, I can connect to the internet? Is there a way to block from other useing use wireless router? I have Netgear at home.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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thanks for the points
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