My internet usage has recently blown out and after contacting my service provider, it appears that my 'uploads' were incredibly high for a couple of days this month. We actually had visitors on these days and I'm wondering if they used my wireless internet connection.
Therefore I have 2 questions:
1. Is there anyway of finding out if someone has used your wireless internet connection? ie a log of some sort AND
2. Is there anyway of finding out what has been 'uploaded' using your internet connection.
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